>Subject: Rebuilding Stromberg carbs
>From: Henry Frye <email@example.com> at CCGTWINT
>Date: 4/30/95 8:30 AM
>>I disassembled the carb as per the book and everything
>>was going fine until I got to the step where I took the $8.00
>>tool and inserted it into the piston sleeve. There is nothing
>>down there to remove! Isn't there a mixture adjusting
>>something down there?
>>I then removed the grub screw and needle, and everything
>>went smoothly from there.
>>Do some carbs not have the mix adjustment sitting on top of
>>needle? Perhaps a later carb with a tamper-resistant mixture
>Ha! You are making the mistake of believing that all Z-S carbs are created
>equal! Not so...
>Some have adjustable jets, some have adjustable needles, and some don't
>have adjustable nothing.
>Your mission, Mr. Frye, should you decide to accept it, is to figure out
>which type of carb you have...
As if I really have a choice...
My carbs appear to have adjustable nothing.
To verify this, can anyone discribe the difference?
If I do not respond in a timely manner, assume I went fishing.
pp001287@.interramp.com (Henry Frye)