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HK21-C Tillotson It appears that dolmar...

HK21-C Tillotson

It appears that dolmar might still be selling it in a set, with the inlet needle 957150060, i'm going to try and order it
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Tillotson Metering Spring

Working on an old Dolmar 112 from 1987. Tillotson HK-21C carburetor. Rebuild kit didn't include metering spring. Need the metering spring, and cant find any parts lists online. anyone know a part...
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Yea, it won't work. The Ariens drive system cover...

Yea, it won't work. The Ariens drive system cover interferes where the primer bulb would be. Would be impossible to start the mower without removing the transmission cover all the time.

I'm going...
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I don't think the sears one will work. The 632524...

I don't think the sears one will work. The 632524 has an adjustable needle on the bottom, whereas mine just has the fixed main jet as the float bowl bolt.
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Looking for replacement for obsolete Tecumseh Carb

Hi, I'm looking for a replacement or similar carb for the Tecumseh 632524. It is from a TVS120-63111F off of an old Ariens 911016 mower from the 80's.

I've rebuilt it a few times but it is just...
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Husqvarna Owns Poulan / Weedeater which...

Husqvarna Owns Poulan / Weedeater which manufacturers for craftsman. Heres one:

Husqvarna 136 Ignition Coil / Module 141 41 36 - eBay (item 380191651994 end time Jan-25-10 06:13:46 PST)...
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Sometimes the part number for the cable will be...

Sometimes the part number for the cable will be stamped into the cable somewhere in white ink.

Without the model number sticker, and if you don't have an owners manual, it might be easier to bring...
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the problem was a broken intermediate band....

the problem was a broken intermediate band. transmission has since been replaced with a refurbished one.
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i wouldn't call myself an average DIY'er. I've...

i wouldn't call myself an average DIY'er. I've rebuilt a few motors and do all my truck / car repairs.

i've just recently gotten into transmissions, and i'm currently rebuilding the transmission...
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after futher testing, i've noticed i have a...

after futher testing, i've noticed i have a second gear at low rpm's and low speed. it only jumps from 1st to 3rd if i rev it up high (like 3000+), then let my foot off the gas, then accelerate...
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1994 ford explorer A4LD transmission problems

I'm having a problem. I have to back off the throttle then hit it again for it to go to the next gear. Also 2nd gear just isn't there. When i back off the throttle in 1st, and hit it again, it goes...
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hmm, sounds like what my 86 pulsar used to do,...

hmm, sounds like what my 86 pulsar used to do, all the same symptoms. so i changed the coil. no apparent improvement at first, but after driving around for about 15 - 20 minutes, it went away. sure...
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i can tell that when that problem happens in an...

i can tell that when that problem happens in an older chevy astro/gmc safari, just pop off the steering wheel and there's two springs, one for each side, and when they break, the signal doesn't...
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shouldn't be much of a problem, because on the...

shouldn't be much of a problem, because on the high setting the heat that thing produces is extreme, way too hot, so i usually use it between medium to 3/4.
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hmm alright. but i just had a genius idea...

hmm alright.

but i just had a genius idea from the info you gave me before.

if i split the line going into the core and run it to the inlet of the choke, and then run a line from the outlet of...
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Thanks for your input, maybe theres another water...

Thanks for your input, maybe theres another water line i can hook it up too.

The US version of my car had a water choke carb stock, but the canadian model was electric. I'll check my service...
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Got a weber carburetor, converting electric choke to water choke

I recently picked up a weber 32/36 for my 86 nissan pulsar with a e16 engine. the hitachi on there now is an electric choke.

The weber i picked up has a water choke, but stock is an electric...
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get a scan tool and check the codes, it'll...

get a scan tool and check the codes, it'll usually tell you exactly what is wrong
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if you have a multimeter measure the resistance...

if you have a multimeter measure the resistance in the wires from end to end
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conrod specification

anyone know what specifications a conrod has for a 190707 1148-01 briggs motor? part number 390402? its a motor from 1979 and at my school we got a milling machine, it would be an awesome learning...
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heres the owners manual for you, actually theres...

heres the owners manual for you, actually theres two (check your serial number), and one for the grass catcher if you have one.


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have you tried going to http://www3.sears.com...

have you tried going to http://www3.sears.com (the online parts store) and entering in the model number of the pressure washer then get the part # of the tube and order it through sears parts.
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no i don't think you have to silicone it. just...

no i don't think you have to silicone it. just torque the bolts down to the right tightness (9.5 ft pounds, 115 in. pounds, 13 Nm) and it should seal.

the oil pump goes like this:
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