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The carb itself is obsolete but there still might...

The carb itself is obsolete but there still might be some repair parts available to fix whatever might be worn out. Like for instance there is still a kit available and at about $35 it should have...
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Here is a great site for golf carts. All kinds of...

Here is a great site for golf carts. All kinds of golf carts. You will see a forum for Yamaha's there which if you ask them this question I'm sure you'll get the help you need. That is of course if...
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That ain't the springs fault. The spring actually...

That ain't the springs fault. The spring actually helps open the float valve...not close it. You have other issues.
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Sounds like you have a Tecumseh...not a Brigg's....

Sounds like you have a Tecumseh...not a Brigg's. The Brigg's points are metal so they can't crack. And the condenser for a Brigg's doesn't have its own wire. Still the same principle. Make sure the...
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Leave it out. I have done this many times without...

Leave it out. I have done this many times without any ill effects.
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Sure. Part number 398811. Or if you decide to...

Sure. Part number 398811. Or if you decide to stay with the point ignition since you've already purchased the parts, do this. Bring the gap to .020 as sugested. When they are closed put a piece of...
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John Deere...? Go to...

John Deere...? Go to https://jdparts.deere.com/servlet/com.deere.u90.jdparts.view.publicservlets.HomeUnsigned
Left side, down some you'll see 'start searching here'
Click on 'by manufaturer'...
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When you took the bowl nut off did you make its...

When you took the bowl nut off did you make its holes were clear..?
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There is a shaft going through the carburetor...

There is a shaft going through the carburetor that has the wire throttle link going to it. Make sure it rotates. The throttle plate inside the carburetor is secured to that shaft so if it's stuck...
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That crosses to Tecumseh model HM80 155321L. ...

That crosses to Tecumseh model HM80 155321L.
Carburetor part number is 632334A.
That should get you started.
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There is a roll pin or sometimes called a split...

There is a roll pin or sometimes called a split pin holding the worm gear to the shaft internally of the gear box. They're known to break. Try draining the gear box and see if any pieces come with...
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Maybe pull the head off and see if a valve seat...

Maybe pull the head off and see if a valve seat popped out of place.
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Finally got my mechanic to go back to this...

Finally got my mechanic to go back to this repair. It's been sitting on the back burner for a while. Put it back together same as he did before. It ran for a short time and then went down to one...
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The clutch is keyed and bolted to the crankshaft....

The clutch is keyed and bolted to the crankshaft. You most definitely need to get that off before the crankcase cover will come off. Remove the center bolt. Then is there three nuts with springs...
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Can I ask why do you need a new flywheel..? ...

Can I ask why do you need a new flywheel..?

Part number changes to 691354. About $155 new.
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Take a deep socket with about the same diameter...

Take a deep socket with about the same diameter as the keeper retainer and give it a rap with a hammer. That should loosen the keepers from the retainer enough for your tool to work. Or just hit it...
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Yes that hole is supposed to be there. That's how...

Yes that hole is supposed to be there. That's how the fuel gets into the throat of the carb to be sucked into the engine via the intake stroke. If you need to push the primer that many times there's...
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It's not your starter, the engine has seized. It...

It's not your starter, the engine has seized. It needs to be taken apart to see just how bad. But it is more than likely the connecting rod to crank that seized.
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Could you 'splain' this to me.

Could you 'splain' this to me.
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I appreciate the reply but that can't be it. The...

I appreciate the reply but that can't be it. The reason being it ran on that cylinder while the other was out of commission. And it runs good for that short while until the rod bends.
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Kohler CV25 - bent push rod

Had a rocker arm split and push rod went through it and subsiquently cracked the guide and (etc...etc).
New #1 head and valves, valve train kit, bled the lifters as per service manual, now the other...
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Try regapping the points to .018

Try regapping the points to .018
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I can revamp that last statement now that I've...

I can revamp that last statement now that I've delved into this repair deeper. That trunnion actually holds the tub seal together correctly. There is a bar that fits into a flat machined in the...
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Must have been a stumper of a question. But I...

Must have been a stumper of a question.
But I did mamage to get it off the trunion and boy - what a job. Just in case anyone else comes across this thread with the same problem here's what needed...
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