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FORD 145LTG GARDEN TRACTOR
|mike||i have the above as mentioned in subject. hasn't been started in a while. so when i put gas in it, the gas leakes thru the carb and comes out theu th air filter. i've monkeyed with the float (i'm no mechanic by all means, so when i say float it could actually be something else), anyway, has anyone ever had something like this on ANY tractor and is it an easy fix.
|Bill||I too have the exact same problem. When I took the carburetor apart, the pin on the float was damaged due to gas left in over the winter. The gas froze and bent the pin (and also corroded the gas tank). Be very careful with that pin as it will break off if adjusted too much. Also, check for cracks on the float itself. If it leaks, you will gradually lose flow control.