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joseph moore

09-01-2012 09:31:30

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I have a 9N tractor and the carburetor has to be rebuilt I have the kit just cannot remove the needle point assembly..frozen in in Canterbury..any help? or should I drill it out and use a ez out??

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Dick L

09-04-2012 09:13:08

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 Re: carburetor in reply to joseph moore, 09-01-2012 09:31:30  
Boil it in soap water. That will soften all the gunk.

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09-01-2012 11:07:20

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 Re: carburetor in reply to joseph moore, 09-01-2012 09:31:30  
Heat. It's brass and should let go pretty easy. Provided it isn't full of fresh gas or something that is.

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09-01-2012 09:46:14

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 Re: carburetor in reply to joseph moore, 09-01-2012 09:31:30  
If your talking about the down pointing main jet adjustment needle I would try dropping the whole carb in a can of carb cleaner which you will need any how and let it sock a couple days that way and that might be enough to free it up. Other wise if you try to drill it out and brake it you could be looking for the bottom half of a carb

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joseph moore

09-01-2012 15:42:24

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 Re: carburetor in reply to old, 09-01-2012 09:46:14  
my problem is the needle valve assembly that unit that is screwed into the bowl will not come out..I will try heat also, the carburetor is out and I have used all kinds of spray rust disolvers.that is why I thought of drilling it out.

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09-02-2012 08:57:04

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 Re: carburetor in reply to joseph moore, 09-01-2012 15:42:24  
If your not talking about the down pointing main jet adjustment needle but instead the main jet it self I never remove them I clean them where they are and have only had problem once in a while with doing it this way. I simply use a small wire and spray carb cleaner to make sure it is open and lots of compressed air

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60 acre hillside

09-03-2012 07:35:53

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 Re: carburetor in reply to old, 09-02-2012 08:57:04  
It sounds like he is trying to remove the seat of the float valve. I never heard it called a jet and most kits do not include the jets

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09-03-2012 08:20:55

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 Re: carburetor in reply to 60 acre hillside, 09-03-2012 07:35:53  
Ya he is not real clear as to what he is trying to take out. From what he is saying it could be 2 or 3 different parts

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