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Re: Oil bath air breather follows up (Pic)

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12-09-2012 18:21:49

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You know, I'm still not sure on this one Larry.

That is very similar to one of mine, but mine does not have those grooves on the top.

Clamp is the same.

Maybe you could get a gasket in that outer groove that would set against the top half.

If you could, that would help it tighten up and not turn as you described.

It would be pretty easy to cut one out of a sheet of gasket material.

Sure wouldn't cost much to try.

If it works, you may have to adjust your carb slightly since it would no longer
be sucking air in from the sides. I doubt it would be a real issue though.

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12-09-2012 18:39:24

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 Re: Oil bath air breather follows up (Pic) in reply to Royse, 12-09-2012 18:21:49  
Thanks I think you are right it wonít heart to try. As for sucking les air I hadnít thought of that but was going to rebuild the carburetor before plow days the third week of March. I was laid up for a while with health problems and it hasnít been worked and you sure can tell by the way it runs even though The gas was off and I thought I ran it tell it stopped. Larry

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