I got it out. It seems I didn't drill exactly straight but it wasn't bad enough to cause damage. I got it all back together and it is working!
I put it on my 202 instead of back on the 35 because I took the carb off the 202 last weekend to get the 35 home. The 202 will be used more so I figured I'd give it the freshly rebuilt carb. Got it adjusted, it idles nicely and high speed is good but it has a slight "stutter" when the governor kicks in when using the backhoe or anything which puts it under sudden load which it didn't have with the other carb.
This post was edited by Inno at 15:37:35 09/20/12.
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