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post #1 of 17 Old 12-28-2018, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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Carburetor for Toro 1132 pouring gas.

I have 2 major questions for the forum. I will do 2 separate threads.

I just bought an old 1132 for $200. The guy had rebuilt the tranny. It started and ran for about 30 seconds and then just poured fuel out of the bottom of the carb. I bought a rebuild kit but have never seen such a beast as this carburetor. I am looking for some advice as to removing and rebuilding it.

Was hoping to find a suitable replacement carburetor off ebay, but no such luck. Looks like I can't even get an OEM.
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post #2 of 17 Old 12-28-2018, 03:26 PM
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Pull off the float bowl. the float is either shot but more likely the needle valve the regulates fuel into the float bowl is stuck in the down/open position and the float can't move it up to stop the fuel.
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Will check it on Sunday.. thanks
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Okay, I just put a new carburetor kit in. New needle valve new gaskets new tube jet... Put it back together open up the gas valve and within 15 seconds gas started flowing out of the bottom of the carburetor. Took the carburetor off tipped it upside down and blew into the gas intake. the valve is working it stops air flow until I tip it right side up. it's a brass float... Do you think the brass float could be bad? I don't know what else it could be.
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if the float leaks not going to shut off.....Briggs or Tec?
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Watch em all

Assuming you have a Tecumseh!

I find Dony to be a very good resource!


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I Think I found the answer...

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Well... NWM!!! SH*#**!!

didn't work. Apparently following this guy's directions misshapens the tube... won't back out... got the best fitting tool and it still stripped the head of it... I just found a carb on amazon for $36...



So, I am just going to put a new one on it. Thamks for your help. Now I just need to work on getting it to go into gear.
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Here's a picture I found a while ago, that shows the path of travel the fuel takes. It coincides with the video. HTH

GLuck, Jay
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Okay... Got my new carburetor today and installed it. It doesn't leak. However, once the RPMs pick up it accelerates way too high and doesn't seem to govern properly. I noticed that the rod from the governor to the butterfly valve is custom made from what looks like a 12 gauge piece of copper wire. I'm wondering if anyone has a diagram of how the governor and rod and spring should be set up?
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