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Re: Farmall H carb

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martin h

02-18-2014 07:36:47

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here is a picture. I put the area in red. What is that brass threaded pin for? does that come out to remove the air bleed? I drilled it out and i don"t think i was supposed to.

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02-18-2014 08:00:32

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 Re: Farmall H carb in reply to martin h, 02-18-2014 07:36:47  
Reading between the lines it appears you have limited knowledge of carburetion functions, and no manual. You are flying blind so to speak. Google "rebuilding Farmall h carburetor, for instructions, manuals , videos. Don't touch that carb again until you can at least identify the parts and know what their function is. The idle mixture screw varies the fuel air ratio at minimum throttle setting. If your H was "sputtering " at WOT the idle jet had nothing to do with it. "Sputtering sounds more like an ignition issue. "Coughing" or "belching" are associated with the carb. Did you adjust the valves as outlined in a manual?

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martin h

02-18-2014 08:26:15

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 Re: Farmall H carb in reply to GordoSD, 02-18-2014 08:00:32  
I actually have a fair bit of knowledge with carbs, just not too much with this particular one. You are right I should have researched some more. Its actually more of a coughing thing, I didn"t know how to explain it. At wot it just coughs a tiny bit. I"ve done a fair bit of research, its just i called case ih today and they want 175 dollars for the rebuild kit which is a lot of money. Its almost worth it for me to just buy a rebuilt one, especially since i buggered up the first one. I really just wanna know what that brass pin is lol.

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