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|bob||I have a gas burner Farmall 560 that appears to be getting too much gas. It starts right up but starts to sputter and blow black exhaust after a few minutes. When I pull off the gas line at the carb, it will continue for 30 to 60 seconds. When is about to run out of gas, it runs very smooth and with no black exhaust. I had a local mechanic put on what he said was a rebuilt carb but it hasn't helped. Any advice will be appreciated.
|ponymare||Black smoke means either, too much fuel, or not enough air. It could also be caused by not enough spark. Check the air filter, and the tube going from it for obstructions. Check the point gap, Also make sure the choke is opening all the way.
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