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08-15-2006 17:00:29

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Hello, I recently rebuilt the carb on my 8n. All the pieces went where they were supposed to as per the instructions. I am left with one piece that was not mentioned in the instructions. Can someone tell me where a little white felt washer goes and does it effect performance. Thanks.

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08-15-2006 17:17:42

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 Re: carb rebuild in reply to MayneIsland8N, 08-15-2006 17:00:29  
Dell...thanks for the info!

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08-15-2006 17:12:23

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 Re: carb rebuild in reply to MayneIsland8N, 08-15-2006 17:00:29  
MayneIsland..... ...yep, yer white felt "washer" is the seal for your choke shaft as it comes thru the throat of yer M/S carb. There should also be a metal washer between the choke lever and the seal. While it won't "degrade" yer carb performance per-se, it is good to stop dirt from being sucked in thru the shaft passage. Filtered air is good for carburators, it lengthens the life of the engine..... .Dell

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