Topic: Re: 2N Carb frustration
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I have it running!!!!!!
First, thanks to everybody who responded, I used the advice from all of you.
Thanks for the number again. I took the carb off again, followed all the advice, pulled out the jets, ran the wire around, and kept blowing it out. I DID actually shake some particles out from underneath the main jet. I have no idea how they had survived being soaked, blown, etc, .
I really appreciate the help, and confidence I got from everyone. And especially giving out your phone number in this day and age is really something! Thanks again.
I think that j8n's have a mixup on their part numbers on those carb kits.
Bye for now, Tim
|GB in MT.
Re: 2N Carb frustration in reply to Moondog, 04-23-2013 17:41:11
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Glad ya lost your frustration, and got it running!!! Rust particals, get into the weirdest places, but under the main jet....that's a place, along with all the passages, that HAS to be prisine clean!! No wonder it gave ya fits!!!
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