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Re: 9n Carb

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03-30-2013 14:07:30

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don't need a new top unless it broke the ear completely off the carb... extract the broken stud...install new fastener. all good.

drill out if you need. no rocket science.. just grunt work.. and not much of it either..

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Waterworth Farms

03-30-2013 14:12:50

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to soundguy, 03-30-2013 14:07:30  
It broke off at the ear. I only have half a hole to drill.

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03-30-2013 14:26:42

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to Waterworth Farms, 03-30-2013 14:12:50  
you are not being clear at all.

did the ear of the carb break.. or did the stud break off flush with the ear / flange.

in any case.. both are 100% repairable....

if you cannot adequately describe it.. simply post a picture.

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Waterworth Farms

03-30-2013 17:07:27

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to soundguy, 03-30-2013 14:26:42  
I'm sorry for not being clear. At one time in the life of this tractor, both ears have been broken off at the flange. The part that mounts to the intake. Someone took the broken pieces and the bolts and used a brazing rod to "weld" everything in place. It obviously worked up until the point that I removed the carb. Now the bolt,(it is the forward bolt, or the bolt on the flange that is most toward the front of the tractor), is broken off again.

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03-30-2013 19:02:41

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to Waterworth Farms, 03-30-2013 17:07:27  
if i didn't find one.. i'd simply braze or weld it and then true it up with a file and uuse a good gasket.

can make a bit of a backer plate under it to help..add studs tothe plate.. attach the carb tot he plate with silver solder or braze. 3/16 metal would work fine...

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03-30-2013 17:36:14

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to Waterworth Farms, 03-30-2013 17:07:27  
yep, sounds as if you need a new carb. Either a used one bought off ebay ( TSX 33 or TSX 241 both marvel/schebler will work, rebuild it or have someone else rebuild it. Or buy a new reproduction zenith carb ($$$$$$) But just finding the upper half of the carb to fit a 2n8n9n is alittle hard to find someone parting out just the top of the carb.

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Bob Harvey

03-30-2013 17:41:55

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 Re: 9n Carb in reply to flatlanderfool, 03-30-2013 17:36:14  
You forgot that GB in MT, he may pipe in and have what is needed. First you have to check his hat size !!! ;^) HTH

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