My cub will only run if I hold the choke on. I"ve looked at YouTube videos on carb cleaning and adjustments but all the carbs look different than mine. Even the I&T manual looks different. Mine doesn"t seem to have a removable main metering jet, only an idle mixture adjusting needle... Adjusting that does not help. What do I need to do?
Re: Cub carb problem in reply to mkirsch, 07-09-2014 05:38:04
Thank y"all for the help. I"m not sure why my picture is upside down, it is right side up on my device.... I defenatly wasn"t standing on my head when I took the picture! Are the zenith carbs better that the original ones?
Re: Cub carb problem in reply to cubluvn8n, 07-08-2014 18:16:46
the zenith carb has a jet on the very bottom of the there is a plug it will need a 1/2 wrench to remove it and inside is the jet will need a flat blade screwdriver or you can try to blow it out with air
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