CC, I removed the lower portion of the main nozzle on a N tractor carb using the squared end of a small file. The previous owner snapped the nozzle leaving about 3/8 of an inch embedded in the cast body. Not sure of the diameter you are working with, you could pre-drill and use this technique. I sharpened the squared end on the belt sander to make sure is had sharp edges. Soaked it in Power Blaster for an hour or two before attempting removal. I carefully tapped the squared end into the opening and turned it out with little resistance. Did this about a month ago. Hope this helps! Mr. T. Minnesota
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