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I too, always run them dry,
and pull a battery cable.
Which protects against fire with these old
systems with no fusible link protection.
and pulling a cable protects against the inevitable time you will
forget to turn the key off when you run it dry.
All my tractors also have a petcock on the bowl drain plug.
opening it for a few seconds when turning the gas on the next time, flushes out the rust dust
that will be in the empty bowl from sitting.
OT leaving the bowl petcock open when parked on
horizontal 2cyl green engines helps protect against
the real disaster of a leaking shut-off/needle on that design.
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