Those carb settings seem just a little high for a gas tractor. I'm assuming it's gas and not all-fuel. Open the petcocks underneath and see if you have any gas run out. If so, dry the plugs and try it again. It may just be flooded.
I've seen these old poppers run on a pretty small spark, so check that there is any.
Re: Almost....but not quite there on starting in reply to 1949ABG, 11-21-2012 17:34:25
Travis, You might try setting the timing on the mag if you have a manual. real late settings will cause the problem you are describing. also the float setting on a DLTX72 carb if that is what is on your tractor is 3/8 inch. Rich
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