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Re: For J. Jackson...two TSX241B's....completed

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05-04-2013 13:28:10

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May I ask about what a ballpark figure is to get one rebuilt? I have a 44 2 N with a carb that is having some problems and a 41 9 N that has been down since 2004 for rebuilding.

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05-04-2013 15:58:36

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 Re: For J. Jackson...two TSX241B's....completed in reply to Leroy, 05-04-2013 13:28:10  
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Shoot me an email, and we can talk, OR you can call...: cell pho#.

My email is always open through YT safe-mail, at the bottom of this reply, on the Modern side of this forum!!! Just poke the email button, fill in the short info form, and start typing!!!
I don't talk buis., on the forum!!!

Gary :wink:

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05-04-2013 17:29:51

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 Re: For J. Jackson...two TSX241B's....completed in reply to GB in MT., 05-04-2013 15:58:36  
Gary, I don't want to cause problems. I cannot find any way to email you. I was just wondering just as a ball park figure if it was in the hundred dollar range or the 500 dollar range to get something like that done, don't think in the thousand dollar range but could be wrong. Just out of curiosity. The 2N that is having some problems I think I will get figured out and going as I think it just still needs adjusted after a local mechanic rebuilt it a couple of years ago but I think I am finally getting the running problems figured out in that it is a bad resistor in ignation as I have put in 2 new switches plus coil, points, condensor and cap at the time carb was went over but would run possibly 5 minutes or 2 hours with missing. So if I can keep it running then I can play with the adjustments. My email is and I am in Ohio. The other tractor I question if I will ever get the engine back together.

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05-04-2013 17:58:53

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 Re: For J. Jackson...two TSX241B's....completed in reply to Leroy, 05-04-2013 17:29:51  


Just sent you an email. I sent the cost to you, and shipping info, if you need it, but I think from reading your reply, you only need to set up the carb to your engine!! Thus, I also sent you the sheet on how to do that!!!!

Thanks for asking!!!

Gary :)

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