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202 was running bad

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Caryc

01-11-2018 15:29:26




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After two big long storms here, my dirt roads were in pretty bad shape. I went out with the 202 with a box blade on the back. It started running bad with a load on it. It wouldn't pull a full box blade up a hill.
I go it home and figured it was either spark or gas. First thing I did was pull the bottom drain out of the carb bowl. The gas just came trickling out, not like it should. So I then pulled the gas line off the carb and it ran fine into a mason jar. So I was sure it was that brass elbow with the filter on it in the carb. I pulled that out and it was very dirty. I held it up to the sunlight and couldn't even see through it.
Then it dawned on me that I had one of those as a spare part for my 8N. Got that one out of the shed and sure enough it fit.
Back in business. Why can't all fixes be that simple?

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ptfarmer

01-12-2018 08:14:15




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to Caryc, 01-11-2018 15:29:26  
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My 2135 gasser (I even used a ball valve on my diesel 135).



All the new shutoffs that has the screen, and bowl always leak (don't make stuff like they used to).



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2tractors

01-12-2018 05:38:06




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to Caryc, 01-11-2018 15:29:26  
A filter in the tank, one in the bowl, another in the carb. It's a crap shoot which one stopped up and that's why I use an inline plus a ball valve.



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ptfarmer

01-11-2018 22:09:26




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to Caryc, 01-11-2018 15:29:26  
I've used ones like this for many years, never had any problems with them.



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old

01-12-2018 11:15:07




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to ptfarmer, 01-11-2018 22:09:26  
Your lucky then I have had those cause so many problem it is not funny. If a person does not run there tractors with a full tank of gas those filter will cause many problems



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ptfarmer

01-11-2018 15:38:21




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to Caryc, 01-11-2018 15:29:26  
I put one of those plastic see thru inline fuel filters between the tank, and carb on my 2135 industrial (best thing you can do).



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old

01-11-2018 18:51:29




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to ptfarmer, 01-11-2018 15:38:21  
If you use the correct type yes they work but if you use one made for a fuel pump they will cause more problems then the yare worth. I have thrown at least 30 of them as far from the tractor as I could because they caused to many odd problems



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old

01-11-2018 15:37:51




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 Re: 202 was running bad in reply to Caryc, 01-11-2018 15:29:26  
When I have that happen to me I just spray them out real good with carb cleaner spray and then blow them out with air and I am good to go again



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