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There's a hole in my Schebler, dear Liza dear Liza

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08-06-2014 21:36:00

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Why would there be a hole in my carburetor in this location?

I tapped it and staked in a set screw with some RTV for good measure. This carb had so many issues, who knows. Runs fine now, but THE REASON FOR THIS HOLE IS HAUNTING ME :x

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08-07-2014 16:16:07

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 Re: There's a hole in my Schebler, dear Liza dear Liza in reply to Tall T, 08-06-2014 21:36:00  
Gas eats RTV,,, Loc-tite would be a better option...

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08-07-2014 11:51:51

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 Re: There's a hole in my Schebler, dear Liza dear Liza in reply to JMG2, 08-06-2014 21:36:00  
Not very plausible but it is possible: previous owner of tractor was a lover of Mason Bees. These bees fill every tiny hole on my tractor with mud after they lay eggs in it. Those damned bees have mud all over my tractor!
This post was edited by Billy_The_Kid at 11:53:08 08/07/14.

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08-06-2014 21:59:07

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 Re: There's a hole in my Schebler, dear Liza dear Liza in reply to stimpy451, 08-06-2014 21:36:00  
POSSIBLE casting flaw, or somebody just drilled a hole to make squirting in a little gas or ether for priming EASY.

Wouldn't be the first time I've seen that, although NOT at that exact location.

Wouldn't affect running a whit, just is a place for a little dirt to be sucked in.

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08-07-2014 07:55:29

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 Re: There's a hole in my Schebler, dear Liza dear Liza in reply to Bob, 08-06-2014 21:59:07  
does look about perfect for a spray straw for a can of start fluid!

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