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john deere 60 dltx 109u

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mkjd430

11-20-2012 17:34:53
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working on a dltx 109u Duplex carb getting into the idle passage tubes i no i got to pull the balls, one ? is the carb has caps beside the balls looks to be a way into the accelerating well tubes, my others 60s carb dont have these plugs, any one been this deep im fixing it right, all the parts come out USABLE, just broke a wire off in one of them small tubes thanks for any feed back,

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gunther9

11-20-2012 18:03:24
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 Re: john deere 60 dltx 109u in reply to mkjd430, 11-20-2012 17:34:53  
I cleaned/reamed my 60 dltx with a set of welding tip cleaners. Available from any farm store for around 5.00 in the welding section. They're barbed similar to a file, work very well. I didn't have to pull the balls on mine. I was able to get the tip cleaners through all the passages eventually. I used one measuring .035". Had to use smaller ones in some passages and work up to the .035". I cleaned the passages until I got a good flow of carburetor cleaner by sticking the flexible spray can hose in the accessible end of the passage and watching for flow out the other end. Check out Duane Larson's presentation on duplex carbs on this website. He illustrates the routes of the passages very well. My carb has freeze plugs on each side that I could have pulled and ran the tip cleaners all the way back to the steel balls but I didn't need to. Before I started on this carb the tractor would not run at any speed without the choke full on. Now it idles both slow and fast very well without the choke. Pulls way down without missing a stroke also. You won't have to worry about breaking one of the welding tip cleaners.

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mkj60

11-20-2012 18:56:28
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 Re: john deere 60 dltx 109u in reply to gunther9, 11-20-2012 18:03:24  
i was doing that with wire i broke a pice off in one i was using a bread tie wire i new but i took that risk things you do when your in the house insted of the garage



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mkj60

11-20-2012 19:45:18
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 Re: john deere 60 dltx 109u in reply to mkj60, 11-20-2012 18:56:28  
jd2cylservice .com give me alot of good info, one thing i did not take into acount on my other 60s carb the nosels set in the carb have a tree of holes in the carb body its self not just the on the nosles, my other 60 run fine over looking this part, this dltx 109u is a 1974 carb they run with them till 1983 i give $100 on ebay for it and can reuse every thing every thing come out ok with some heat, my 1953 60 i got this for was missing the right bowl nut choke tab and spring and they had the wrong air mix jets in it this carb has a good bowl to under jd prices air mix jet was $42 spring $4 choke lever $50 ckoke lever spring $10 bowl nut $47 so i come out ok on ebay

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