You have either been lucky of you just do not stop to look. It is a fact of life and how a carb works that causes the manifold to get real cool. Ya it does not happen all the time and few people ever see it happen. Start a tractor then go over and hold your hand close to the top of the carb where it bolts to the manifold and you will find that it is very cool and if weather conditions are right if will frost up. On many engines you will never notice a problem but it can be it things so happen to be just right. That is why on the older cars and trucks they had the warm air tube gong into the air cleaner to keep the carb warm and help it from frosting up. Another fact the Indians of the South west used evaporation of wet hides to make cooling systems for there homes and some times even ice
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