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Craftsman 9HP Questions

Hey folks , I'm working on my mom's snowblower and running into some problems finding parts.
I need a muffler and have a question about one of the fuel jets on the carb .
What keeps this jet from rattling loose ? is there supposed to be a spring there or does it just get tightened down ?

The numbers on the engine read as follows
Engine model 143.999005
Engine family XTPXS.3182BF
Displacement 318 DOM 9242 A



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If you are talking about #20...just tighten down.
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Engine type - Tecumseh HMSK90-156525D (9 horse power)

Carb info- http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/repairs/tecumseh_carb_640084b.asp

The idle jet screws into the carb body and is snugged down ( not muscled tight)

Muffler p\n- 35056

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