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36 coupe

07-21-2013 04:13:13

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Measure the threads on the new seat.Too late now but I have a screwdriver ground to fit the seat exactly.NO TAPER.Most seats should be left alone.Dirt if the # 1 cause of flooding.The soft tip needles stick shut often.YOU should have asked questions BEFORE drilling or using an easy out.Very expensive carberator to replace.

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07-22-2013 10:35:29

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 Re: carburator seat in reply to 36 coupe, 07-21-2013 04:13:13  
Your right 36 coupe but I've built quite a few carbs thru the years and saw it as just another stuburn seat. I took it to a carburator repair shop this morning and I"ve delt with them in the past before so I trust them to get the threads out. I checked with a shop that could have ordered a tap but it would have cost over $20.00 so I went with the carb shop. If I was in the repair buisiness I woiuld have bought the tap but beings it was going to be a one time repair, I"ll go with a shop.

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07-24-2013 06:52:57

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 Re: carburator seat in reply to dyoungen, 07-22-2013 10:35:29  
Ok, I got the top of the carburator back and all they did was drill right upto the threads. All I had to do was clean out the brass from the threads which I did. Carburator is back together and on the tractor. Now I'm going to time her and after looking at "youtube" that seems simple enough. I pulled the inspection cover back so I can see the timing marks on the fly wheel. Where is the timing mark on the cover that covers the fly wheel? I've cleaned the old oil and other junk from around the hole so I have a clear shot looking at the fly wheel but don't see anything next to the hole.

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07-24-2013 09:46:14

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 Re: carburator seat in reply to dyoungen, 07-24-2013 06:52:57  
Ok, I get her to fire off but she sounds like one of the old hit and miss engines with a good bit of smoke out the exhaust. Which screws the idle screw and which screw is the high speed screw. So you know the history, I started out with no fire at the plugs. Changed the plugs, cap and rotor and points and coil. Still nothing. took the distributor apart and put it back together. Now i had fire. then went thru the carburator. Changed the seat and the rest of the parts that were in the kit. She's not leaking gas on the ground anymore. When it does start, ir runs real erratically, hit and miss style. What am I missing? Carburator still?

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