Posted by Vonderbach on September 30, 2013 at 13:17:22 from (126.96.36.199):
In an effort to combat an eternal struggle against a rusted gas tank, I finally broke down and purchased a new tank. However, after installing the tank my TO35 has no "umph!" Idle is great, although it sounds a little diesely (if that's a word.) And even high engine speeds in neutral are ok, but the rev is slow to increase and pops a lot.
But most importantly, when using the PTO and/or moving, the tractor has no power at all. It barely moves under its own power and if I'm on an incline it runs at extremely slow engine speed without any response from the gas lever.
I've tried adjusting the carb multiple times, and I cleaned it prior to replacing the tank. I bought a rebuild kit as my last effort, but I was wondering if anyone else might have any thoughts or suggestions?
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