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Re: Wrong Carburetor for TO 35?

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maxwell99

01-07-2013 07:17:58
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Bruce,
I am going to award you a West KY redneck star for that idea on the using the clear rubber hose to determine the true fuel level in the carb.

I have rebuilt my old carb a number of times over the years and set the float per the directions, but i really never knew how to determine the true fuel level in the carb.

your method would work.

my carb will leak sometimes, i have tried brass needle, rubber tip needle and new seats, but never really solved the problem completely.

the electric fuel cutoff might be the right way to go, but my way works as long as i remember to cut the fuel off.

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01-07-2013 07:34:32
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 Re: Wrong Carburetor for TO 35? in reply to maxwell99, 01-07-2013 07:17:58  
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Mine will leak once in a blue moon. When I say that I mean maybe once in 6 months. No leaks for another 6........not worth tearing into just for that. I just make sure I shut the fuel valve off on the sediment bowl.
I will probably fit a iginition activated fuel shut off solenoid at some point just for convenience. But as someone else said in the thread which talks about running out of fuel, it's good to have a look at all your fluid levels before starting anyway and turning on the fuel is a good way to remember to do that.

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