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In Reply to: 9n ford tractor problems posted by joe moretti on Saturday, September 09, 2017:
I had the same problem for 2 years until I found out that there was a tiny little screen at the end of the fuel line that inserts into the carburetor. It had mosquitoes and other small items in it. It would run great for 10 minutes or so until all that junk would eventually get so tight the fuel wouldn't run through it fast enough. Sounds like the problem to me.
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