the fact that it only happens when the tractor leans left and downhill is almost certainly a fuel issue, the needle and seat or a internal crack ect [ your new carb isnt one of those "black colored ones is it] those arnt worth a hoot new, i have one and it caused a whole new set of problems right out of the box, i pulled it back off after 2 weeks and now run the original one] black colored smoke is unburned fuel, so somehow when the tractor is downhill and leaning, its getting additional fuel, so much that its flooding out
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