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Allis runing rough

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Sean

01-10-2003 13:17:31




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i have a allis b (1947) it starts first time every time runs for about 5 - 10 mins and then it starts runing rough. we start it on petrol. somebody said to check if the choke on our carb was working probely? could there be dirt in the tank? thanks sean




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minnie man

01-10-2003 17:30:08




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 Re: Allis runing rough in reply to Sean , 01-10-2003 13:17:31  
open gas cap up and try, or float me be out of adjustment my 2 cents



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Gordon

01-10-2003 16:36:06




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 Re: Allis runing rough in reply to Sean , 01-10-2003 13:17:31  
Did you check the coil points condenser pulgs wires. A coil can brake down and act that way. I do not know if you have a dist or mag.If a dist after the engine stops tuch the coil and see how hot it gets it will get warm.



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Steve in N.J.

01-10-2003 14:31:22




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 Re: Allis runing rough in reply to Sean , 01-10-2003 13:17:31  
Sean,
You could have some sediment from the tank inside the carb. When it starts running rough does it blow a little black smoke out the exhaust? If it does, it probably wouldn't be a bad idea to take the carb apart and give it a good cleaning. Also, blow the fuel line out and install an inline fuel filter down stream from the fuel bulb. This will catch what dirt and sediment that got past the fuel bulb & screen before it reaches the carb to cause troubles. If you're real careful, you can get the carb apart without ripping the gasket. A carb kit isn't much anyway. If you don't see any black smoke (rich condition) might be an ignition problem.... Steve B.

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