Posted by Ellis Kinney on June 22, 2014 at 15:00:00 from (126.96.36.199):
See previous question about gas cap. The two holes in the top of the gas cap were plugged. I drilled them out with a tiny drill bit. I put the grader blade on and worked for a while far away from the barn and she ran great. OK, here's the question, if there is pressure in the gas tank why doesn't the gas get pushed to the carburetor? Is it something like putting your finger on the end of a straw in a glass and the water doesn't run out? I know this probably sounds dumb, I went to college but I didn't major in fiziks or hydraulics. Thanks, Ellis
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