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Ed will

10-27-2018 19:03:01

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Hi, I bought a new carb for my 26hp briggs on Craftsman riding mower from amazon. $35. My grandson came this am and I helped him put it on. Runs like a top now. After lunch we put a new fan on the 26hp Poulan Pro. The front mounting bolts came loose and tilted the transaxle down and it ate the fan blades. When we had the tuff torque transaxle out We see there is a little reservoir maybe 1/2 litre for oit and also a gearbox fill cap, that oil smelled like rotella. It was full. The reservoir was not. I put about a cup of 10/30 in it.

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Ed will

10-28-2018 08:37:02

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 Re: Installed carb in reply to Ed will, 10-27-2018 19:03:01  
Hi Jeffcat, thanks for all your help in this regard. The governor adjustment is very ticklish. Ed Will

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10-27-2018 21:43:15

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 Re: Installed carb in reply to Ed will, 10-27-2018 19:03:01  
Great to read that new carb fixed the crappy performance of your engine. Go one step further and buy a set of those NGK IRIDIUM plugs. It will get even better.

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