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36 coupe

05-12-2013 03:52:09

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Friends A would stall out.I found the viton tip stuck tite.I have found the steel needles from B&S engines fit fine.Tecumseh engines use a steel needle.I will not put a viton tip needle in a carberater.Some MS carberaters have a spring that lets the float pull the needle open if it sticks.Sooner or later you will get some gasoline that makes the soft needle stick shut.We are trying to get rid or ethanol fuel in Maine.If 2 more NE states do the same the lousy gas will be gone.Pumps have stickers that say Enriched with ethanol.Big lie because ethanol has less BTUs than gasoline.

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05-12-2013 11:32:42

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 Re: Needle and Seat Problem in reply to 36 coupe, 05-12-2013 03:52:09  
the old needle in the super A was a steel one, i'll put it back in the next time i have to go in the carb. the needle for the 8n was bigger than the super A, you know of a needle that will work in the 8n carb?

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36 coupe

05-13-2013 06:03:24

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 Re: Needle and Seat Problem in reply to nh8260, 05-12-2013 11:32:42  
I check needles for size with my calipers.Old carberators will have needles that will fit.NEVER throw old parts away.

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