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post #1 of 15 Old 01-26-2012, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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carburetor info site

I found this site a while back but could not remember where it was. finally found it again, it seems to have a ton of info about most carburetors. I have used it plenty of times, uses pictures instead of illustrations.

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Thanks for posting the link; there's allot of helpful info on there!

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That is a good site. I made it a sticky so it's always there in the repair and maintenance forum. Thanks.

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Carb tips site

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Thanks for this.........I already learned something off of it concerning an updraft Briggs carb!

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this is an awesome forum glad I come across it,cheers
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Welcome to the forum buckeye! What do you move your snow with?


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There seems to be some controversy on fuel stabilizer. While Ariens recommends adding fuel stabilizer, the Ariens dealer where I purchased conveyed that it causes problems with the carb. I wonder what the members here think. All comments welcome.

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I found this site a while back but could not remember where it was. finally found it again, it seems to have a ton of info about most carburetors. I have used it plenty of times, uses pictures instead of illustrations.

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I have a 755 simplicity 7hp and I'm leaking fuel out a pin hole in the center of the prime button. Is there a diaphragm behind there and where can I buy parts for this? Thanks. The carb site is great.
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Who makes better quality carburetors than Tecumseh?
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Hi, just joined. Great forum. Have a couple of Hondas. A hs928wa blower, and one of the walk behind mower. Don't have model handy. Have been looking, and you offer a ton of great support. I try to do all my service myself, so hopefully I can share and help too. Again great site, Chris
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