Posted by jbp on July 26, 2013 at 15:14:10 from (126.96.36.199):
The 22-36 runs again after about 30 years of sitting. The problem though is the carb overflows after replacing the float with a new brass float and needle and seat. THe float is adjusted according to included instructions. The float is not leaking and works properly. The new needle and seat in not very well finished with the seating surfaces looking somewhat rough.
What is a good compound to use to get the surfaces properly seated? Valve grinding compound is too coarse, so am thinking of using baking soda or tooth paste as an abrasive. Any ideas? Thanks, Joe
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