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Carb on my wd45

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Dave

03-25-2002 08:56:38




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Any ideas on overhauling the carb,it runs great but have to keep choke out half way to make it run.has good flow of fuel from gas tank to the carb,so has to come apart !has model tsx 464




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Dave in Mo

03-26-2002 15:17:06




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 Re: carb on my wd45 in reply to Dave, 03-25-2002 08:56:38  
Sounds like to me that you have an air leak, prolly around the throttle shaft. The seals get old and the brass shaft gets worn. I took my entire carb off and rebuilt it, no problem. Kits are about 25 bucks.



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Dave

03-28-2002 12:14:13




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 Re: Re: carb on my wd45 in reply to Dave in Mo, 03-26-2002 15:17:06  
Thanks for the input,the throttle shaft and ckoke hft are in great condition,but the belly and main jet were filled up with rust and s**t,cleaned her up,fresh gasket(1)and new gas,she runs like a champ,idles real fine. Now I am going out for a ride with it.



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Ron

03-25-2002 16:23:04




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 Re: carb on my wd45 in reply to Dave, 03-25-2002 08:56:38  
Remove the governor rod from the carb, choke rod, fuel line, and air hose... then take the 4 screws out of the top of the carb... the entire float bowl will drop off... check it all out..clean out the passages with air, and solvent....re assemble...it should be fine...use Blue silicone to re-seal the gasket.



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