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Kent

09-26-2003 18:03:32




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Thanx for all the help, I got the 48 B to start, had to rebuild carb. Now I need to know how to adjust carb so it will run right. I can get it to Idle and to speed up but when I drive it it goes for about a minute then stalls. More help please....(does the air cleaner need to be on when I make required adjustments?) thanx again for all the help... Kent




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Kent

09-27-2003 04:42:06




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 Re: allis B Carb in reply to Kent, 09-26-2003 18:03:32  
Cleaned every thing out, tried again, still doesn't want to run under load very well. Just sitting there it sounds great. Please keep in mind I had to rebuild carb, including a new float, so the air fuel screw might not be in the right place. Thanx again for all the help.



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Bob D. (La)

09-27-2003 02:32:44




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 Re: allis B Carb in reply to Kent, 09-26-2003 18:03:32  
Just had the same problem with an AC B I got in June. I had even checked the flow as stated earlier and thought it was ok. When I pulled the sediment bowl, you should have seen the rust etc. that was built up in it. Cleaned everything,including gas tank, put it all back together and it purrs like a kitten. HTH Bob D.



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steve

09-26-2003 18:08:50




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 Re: allis B Carb in reply to Kent, 09-26-2003 18:03:32  
you may be running out of gas. take the line off the carb and run into a bucket to see the flow. maight need to clean sediment bow, flush line, pull fitting out of gas tank and flush.



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