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J. Horn

12-17-2007 17:48:08




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Well after 4 years and 2 months of tinkering the SC finally starts and runs again! However she will idle fine, but as you throttle it up it runs somewhat erratic, sorta up and down. Doesn't what to run at a steady rpm. If you give it full throttle it will usually even out, sputter, backfire and die. Any thoughts? Thanks




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j Heitkemper

12-18-2007 19:53:32




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to J. Horn, 12-17-2007 17:48:08  
SOUNDS LIKE YOU ARE BEATING A DEAD HORSE ,, trust me ya got a bad intake exhaust manifold that is sharing gasses ,,



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JHorn

12-19-2007 04:00:13




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to j Heitkemper, 12-18-2007 19:53:32  
Well how do you go about repairing that? Don"t guess you would have one to sell Huh?



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j Heitkemper

12-19-2007 09:45:31




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to JHorn, 12-19-2007 04:00:13  
Nope ,, But George Md has said that He can repair them , If THAT IS INDEED the culprit , You can search Him out in the Archives . When this happened to me , Each time the tractopr started easy enough , but as it warmed up it went to Missing and misfiring . Depending on where the burn out is You May be able to use Epoxy or Jb Weld ... Sorry about the dead horse comment .. It was made in My own FRUSTRATION with SC Case Design,,. I feel Your Pain , Honestly , I had this Happen to Me 3 times ,, The 1st time was exasperatting ,10 years back , tried everthing , No Forum then , Just Hard KNOX , Best Wishes , Jim

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L.Lamp

12-18-2007 19:01:32




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to J. Horn, 12-17-2007 17:48:08  
Turn the power jet screw at the bottom of the carburetor counter clockwise a 1/2 turn at a time and see if it starts to run better. Sounds like it is starving for fuel.



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Mathias NY

12-18-2007 07:46:23




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to J. Horn, 12-17-2007 17:48:08  
I am not familiar with how an SC is set up. On my DC I had the same problem when I first got it going. The problem was a sticky governor arm. It seems that I had painted it in place. Even after the paint broke free it was still too sticky to move smoothly. A couple pumps of grease helped a lot. Good luck...



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Mathias NY

12-18-2007 07:46:22




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to J. Horn, 12-17-2007 17:48:08  
I am not familiar with how an SC is set up. On my DC I had the same problem when I first got it going. The problem was a sticky governor arm. It seems that I had painted it in place. Even after the paint broke free it was still too sticky to move smoothly. A couple pumps of grease helped a lot. Good luck...



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36 A

12-17-2007 18:02:50




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 Re: Another Question about the SC in reply to J. Horn, 12-17-2007 17:48:08  
Did you clean the carb good sounds like its starving from no gas ,did you try pulling the choke befor it dies.Also Check for good flow from the tank at all connections.



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