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09-14-2011 15:46:39

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I recently got my wd going and I'm having a couple problems. After I shut it off gas starts dripping out of the air inlet on the carb. I set the float so it was parallel with the carb body. It has a new needle and seat. Also the hand clutch seems to be staying engaged for a couple seconds after I push the handle forward. This tractor has been sitting for years prior to me getting it and getting it going. So could that clutch need to be worked or adjusted. Thanks for any input.

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09-15-2011 16:43:32

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 Re: Wd clutch in reply to Chris450, 09-14-2011 15:46:39  
On your float problem take the drain plug out of the carb and use a screw driver and see if you can lift the float and shut off the gas if you can then you know you have a bad float or a float that is out of adjustment. On your hand clutch problem, what type of fluid are you running? How old is the fluid. From the sounds of it your fluid is too thick. My WD does the same thing until it warms up especially as the outside temperatures start to drop.

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09-16-2011 06:05:02

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 Re: Wd clutch in reply to funky_g00, 09-15-2011 16:43:32  
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Good idea. Parts stores love that kind of advice, because then, after the screwdriver pokes a hole in the float, we get to sell a new float.

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09-14-2011 19:40:31

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 Re: Wd clutch in reply to Chris450, 09-14-2011 15:46:39  
Is the fluid level for the hyds.clutch full like it should be?? Also is the fluid good as in no water in it?? As for the carb the float needs to be set as per the book but I do not have that handy right now but if I remember right it should be around a 1.4 inch from the gasket face if I remember right that is

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09-14-2011 16:57:58

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 Re: Wd clutch in reply to Chris450, 09-14-2011 15:46:39  
can't give you anyting on the hand clutch, never messed with one of thoses, but on the carb, there could've been dirt in the tank or line, and now its under that new needle. clean everthing out again, and install an inline filter.

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