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compression for craftsman sears leaf blower


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05-03-10, 07:13 PM   #1  
compression for craftsman sears leaf blower

serial # 03197n80017 model #358797120

hello. sorry if i am making myself look bad but a friend is helping me fix a blower and i really need to know if anyone would know the compression needed for this particular type of blower or how i might find out? it is built in 2003 and is 185mph /25cc blower

 
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05-04-10, 12:35 AM   #2  
Compression for most any engine like yours should be at least 90 psi, preferably more like 120-130psi.


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05-04-10, 07:51 AM   #3  
thanks. i read on another thread that suggested .030 for spark plug gap. but was it not for tecumseh? would it be the same for this craftsman?

 
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05-04-10, 10:59 PM   #4  
.030 is pretty standard for almost all small engine spark plug gaps.


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