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UPDATE: 37 A carb problems

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FactoryFarmer

11-12-2012 15:30:08




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Finally got the carb figured out thanks to everyone who threw in advice (can't remember who but you know who you are)

Anyway, took the carb apart and everything seemed to check out. The one thing that someone mentioned is not having enough pressure pushing the fuel into the carb.

Well, I think that was the issue. After I got everything put back together with the fuel tank, new sediment bowl, etc. put on we pulled it maybe 5 feet and it popped right off and ran great! However it labors like its pulling a 5 bottom plow and the timing is way off. There is way to much advance in it. I think the guy who rebuilt the mag has the lag angle adjusted way off.

Thats a simple fix really, no big deal.



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FactoryFarmer

11-12-2012 20:22:35




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to Bradracer18, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
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Thank you Ron, I knew I wasn't going crazy.



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FactoryFarmer

11-12-2012 20:20:06




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to Bradracer18, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
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Almost every single tractor I have ever had with a mag have shown up here with the left plug hooked to the bottom.



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Pete in MD

11-13-2012 06:01:33




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to FactoryFarmer, 11-12-2012 20:20:06  
The #1,flywheel side plug should be wired to the upper tower on the mag.



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Pete in MD

11-12-2012 19:40:54




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to FactoryFarmer, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
Looks to me like the plug wires need to be reversed at the mag.



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greenmech

11-12-2012 18:55:34




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to FactoryFarmer, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
I have to disagree with gtx. If you are firing before the marks on the flywheel and case cross,you are to far advanced. Ron Mn.



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gtx1967jewison

11-13-2012 06:28:12




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to greenmech, 11-12-2012 18:55:34  
You are correct- it looked like the right side of picture was the front of tractor when I looked at it :-)



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FactoryFarmer

11-12-2012 17:39:53




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to donjr, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
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This post was edited by FactoryFarmer at 20:35:35 11/12/12.



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gtx1967jewison

11-12-2012 16:26:45




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 Re: UPDATE: 37 A carb problems in reply to FactoryFarmer, 11-12-2012 15:30:08  
Looks to me like its firing LATE (retarded) as evidenced in both pictures. Rotate the mag counter clockwise until your AT the mark. To do this, have the engine OFF, put the mark on the line, then rotate the mag SLOWLY back until it fires. Now tighten it in place. That's it on a hand crank tractor, the run timing is mechanical advance in the mag.



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