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01-04-2013 13:28:22

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One or more of the filters are most likely clogged up some. There is the screen that should be inside the tank on top of the sediment bowl and that is the one that is most likely to be the problem. But it could also be the one at the bowl assembly that sits just above the bowl it self. or even the one in the carb elbow. If I where you I would drain the tank then remove the sediment bowl assembly and clean it up and the other 2 while I was at it

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01-04-2013 14:24:48

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 Re: FUEL in reply to old, 01-04-2013 13:28:22  
Hay Old please don't think I am disputing what you say but I am confused, why would it run well with a full tank but not a half tank and he also says up hill as well as down hill.Is it the added weight of the additional 5 gals of gas actualy forcing the gas thru the dirty filters.I am with you I would definetly change or clean the screens but am still confused as to why it acts as he says.I love this sight and I keep learning more and more from you guys every day.

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01-04-2013 17:25:41

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 Re: FUEL in reply to flembo, 01-04-2013 14:24:48  
Yep reason I say it can be one of or a combo of the filters is yes the more gas you have the heavier so to speak the push would be so if the filters are sort of clogged more fuel having more weight can push the fuel where as low tank low push. Of course I could also be wrong and it is something else also

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01-05-2013 06:16:14

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 Re: FUEL in reply to old, 01-04-2013 17:25:41  
Also, when the gas is low and you are a slope the gas may be below the standpipe filter. When the tank is full the gas is above that filter. The top of the standpipe filter is open.

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01-05-2013 11:47:54

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 Re: FUEL in reply to HCooke, 01-05-2013 06:16:14  
Yep, almost low on fuel.

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01-04-2013 19:43:14

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 Re: FUEL in reply to old, 01-04-2013 17:25:41  
i have removed the fuel bowl and cleaned the screen i did shorten the fuel line tonight and went directly from the bowl straight across the top of the plugs right to the carb. it had a loop in it i hope this will fix it but i somehow doubt it i use this for plowing and we have had our fair share if snow here in the Canadian maritimes close to 2 feet last week!!! holy crap i didnt see that one coming!

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