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Tony in Mass.
I was told I am rude and insulting on some of these forums... so I will have to word this 'diplomaticly'... and I'm certain John UK will have the specs if there is something wrong with... the choke.
With all my gazzers, Cont and Perkins.. AND a Dodge pick up never designed for a choke cable, I find myself using a choke on some engines even on a summer morning. I do love ether, I should invest in starting fluid companies, but first I try a serious choking.
We got in the habit of this when I was a kid, our first tractor was a 9N, and even though it looked like it was flooded to point of drowning.. being an 'updraft' (draught?) the plugs weren't wet at all.
So, if you aren't choking tightly with the throttle atleast half open, try it, if you are, the length bends and a little sprung relief valve 'might' be off. And, once running, and this will make my freinds here shake their heads once again... I keep a couple sprung-two piece? wooden clothespins handy. If it won't keep going without maintaning a serious choke, 2 clothespins, then one, then after a couple minutes, see how it idles with none. Desparate people do desparate things... Another reason to move closer to miner09 or 2 tractors.... winter....
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