Well I bought my first 9n about 2 weeks ago. I drove it home. About 10 miles. (it takes about 1 1/2 hours to drive a 9n 10 miles in case you were wondering). Anyway, I got it home just fine. Used it to grade the road and then the next day it became hard to start. Carb flooding. So I took the carb off today to rebuild it, and in the process of dismantling it, one of the studs that mount it to the intake broke off. "MULE BISCUITS", I said. It turns out that the thing had been broken before and someone had brazed it back on. Now I need a new top for my carb. Any ideas where I may get one? I live in Southwest Missouri. Bryan
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