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924044 Ariens Sno Thro Carb Linkage

Hi all - New to the forum...hoping you can help me get this beast back running correctly again.

I am hoping someone has a picture of how the linkage goes back together. The Sno Thro has a 10hp tecumseh HM100 - 159024C. The carb has two throttle rods on it that go back to what I assume in the governor arm of the front (thrower side) of the engine block.

I took the carb off to clean it and it was full of crap. Every thing runs now but only if I stick my finger in and turn the throttle manually. The carb linkages don't seem to be put on correctly.

Does anyone have a picture of them on correctly....?

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https://www.youtube.com/user/donyboy...cumseh+linkage

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Thanks. I will try this tomorrow. This isn't quite what mine looks like but I think its right...

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The first link has like 15 different videos. I just picked the one I assumed might be right. Maybe one of his other videos is a better match for your setup.

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usually if yo look real close you can tell which hole has some wear on it......h look under the lever also



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Well. It turned out that the smaller of the two rods was bent incorrectly and once I bent it back so it would clear the intake runner it worked fine. The old beast runs great. Now if we only had some snow.

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