On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 3:24 PM, Mark Andy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It'd have to be pretty cheap...
> Pull the carb, pull the bowl, and disassemble the entire carb. B Be a
> careful and you should be able to reuse all the gaskets and whatnot. B Blow
> carb cleaner through everything and visually check the jets. B The two
> something like this has happened to me, it was because I had a jet clogged
> with a piece of crap.
The one I bought last summer cost $35 bucks. The carb kit, which had
gaskets, a needle valve, and a couple o-rings was $15. Twenty bucks
to not have to build a carb that had sat for five or six years, when
what was wrong with the carb was all the whatnot was now wasnot, seems
like a pretty good value. Particularly if you're fixing the thing
because it's a tool, and you want to use it, and not because you're
fixing it to fix something.
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