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I'm in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, east of Maine.
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post #12 of 34 Old 01-07-2020, 02:32 PM
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I'm in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, east of Maine.
Well......i “may” have what you are looking for. The primer on my shroud looks different tho.Will post some pics this evening.

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It looks like I will have to come up with a custom filter for summertime use. I really don't want to run it without a filter - I'm often cutting alongside tall grass with lots of seeds hanging down, or kicking up dust and gravel. Eesh! At least I have a better understanding of how it's supposed to be set up. Thanks for all the replies!
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@Robin … That manual Prime works flawless .. the newer rubber push buttons usually degrade , etc.

I have a manual primer on 2 of my units, and they work great.

Running that as a mower in the summer, you certainly want an air cleaner on it.

Also, in the photo, that handle bar is definitely cracked.
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I never thought about the Trac-team system being used in summer without a filter.
Cutting grass you would want a filter for sure. You wouldn't be able to retain that push button primer with a filter. Might need to get a different carb with some tabs to mount a filter. You should figure out the filter before you pay for a cover that might not fit over the filter. Might have to do something "custom".

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I've never had the old engine with the "large" primer button, only the small primer button versions. If it was a later model engine that had the "small" primer button, all you'd need is the air filter housing and base: https://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Genuine...MAAOSwsjZdvKa-

And the matching air filter: https://www.ebay.com/itm/AIR-FILTER-....c100752.m1982

It may not clear that long choke lever though.
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Well......i “may” have what you are looking for. The primer on my shroud looks different tho.Will post some pics this evening.
Here ya go
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That's the Wrong One. The Correct Airbox on the Early engines has a Different Screw Pattern at 45 degrees. Also, as far as Air Filters Go, They used a Round Piece that was Screwed onto the throat of the carb, and a Canister-like Filter Screwed to the Round Piece after Removing the Airbox, as Noted in an Earlier Reply.
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I should have paid more attention to the photo. There should be two mounts where the choke is screwed to the carb now. If you remove the choke assembly in the summer and fabricate or buy something to mount an air filter it should mount to the carb you have now.
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