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post #11 of 13 Old 12-22-2018, 07:06 PM
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There is a Murray belt 585417 but most take 585416. Right now I have several Murrays, 5, 8, 10hp, 2 Nomas 5 & 9hp, and a 8/26" Dynamark. They all take the 585416, 1/2" x 38" auger belt. For accurate belt length, I only buy D&D Power or Pix, prefer blue, and prefer Kevlar. Before you scrap the belt, measure the outside length.

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If you have an adjustable screw on the bottom, through the fuel bowl, that is the high speed adjust that running at full throttle.

If you have an adjustable mixture screw on the side, that is the low speed. It should have a shooting on it with a rubber O ring and a small brass washer, same with the bottom mixture screw but they are not interchangeable.

Some Tecumseh carbs have a side jet, not a mixture screw. This is not adjustable. If you are unsure, unscrew it. If it's a needle valve, it's a mixture screw. If it's blunt at the end, it's a jet. The jet also has a smaller screw head than the mixture screw, and screws all the way in, flush. The mixture screw does not screw all the way in.
thanks. found a video from donyboy73 that shows the exact carb . almost have it dialed in. still working on proper idle.

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Keep in mind the mixture will be different if thereís are significant temperature change

Dial it in when your in the garage and itís warm then in the cold it doesnít run as well.

I find I pick up 100 rpm running in the cold.

Also I find the tecumseh 8-10 hp do not idle down as well as other single cylinder engines.

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