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|tom||Is it possible to have to much fuel flow the gas runs right out of the carberator
|Bob G||Your float needle is stuck open. might try TAPPING on side of carb but I would open it up and overhaul the carb. Float may be leaking and not floating like it should. pretty common.
|tom||Thanks i give it try
|mark sr||I would just add that these are fairly simple carbs so it's not very difficult to rebuild them .... and the kits are cheap.
|tom||Thought i would try shooting some starting fluid in with gas off and it caught fire that probly shouldnt happen right
|Bob G||One of the reason I don't use the stuff! also might indicate an intake valve stuck open?
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