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Model B Like to stall out

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GPrice in MI

07-09-2008 18:40:54

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I have an circa 1940 AC Model B. It has a hand crank. It starts great when cold on the first crank with an effortless half turn. I then will mow for about 20-30 min. then it will just stall out. I added new spark plugs and oil/filter with the same result. How often should you clean out the glass bowl on fuel system? It has some sediment in the bottom. Is it difficult to rebuild the old carb?
Any thoughts? Stumped a little.

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07-10-2008 11:48:00

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 Re: Model B Like to stall out in reply to GPrice in MI, 07-09-2008 18:40:54  
Does it restart immediately after "stalling" ? It's nice that you changed the oil/filter, but that won't have any effect on "stall". Plugs were also nice but GENERALLY bad plugs are more likely to cause starting problems. Sediment bowl should be kept clean anything in it could possibly get to the carb. Depending on how it quits and restarts I might look to ignition problems before rebuilding a carb.

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