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Re: Help adjusting 730D pony

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02-07-2013 14:36:36

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Tyler ...the descriptions for 34 and 36 should be reversed. 34 is not adjustable and 36 is.

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02-07-2013 15:05:39

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 Re: Help adjusting 730D pony in reply to blksmok, 02-07-2013 14:36:36  
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Lol, I got the descriptions backwards. Thanks.
Ok, it appears that I still have original coils. Thy are white and waxy. I will test as instructed.
In the meantime, I removed the idle jet (34) to check it. The tube is twisted off as was mentioned. The broken off piece won't come out. How does one go about removing it?

Suggestions on where to get carb rebuild kits?



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02-07-2013 19:07:31

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 Re: Help adjusting 730D pony in reply to raklet, 02-07-2013 15:05:39 need to remove the float bowl assembly to get that broken jet out. Rebuild kits are available from JD. Make sure you have a good phenolic (dark brown) float. There are not a lot of serviceable parts in these cabs. Not sure where you'll find the broken carb jet/tube.

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02-07-2013 19:51:40

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 Re: Help adjusting 730D pony in reply to Blksmok, 02-07-2013 19:07:31  
Today must be my lucky day. I tried tapping the tube out from either end and it would not budge a bit. I was thinking I would have to go source another complete carb, so on a long shot, I took a small drill bit and started drilling into the center of the idle jet. After a few seconds, the whole thing popped out. The outer tube that it slides into (what is it called, btw?) appears to be okay. has a repair kit and also appear to have an idle jet available as a separate part. I'll call tomorrow to see what's in stock.
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