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Developed a little gas leak on a K301 carb this weekend so decided it was due for a long overdue cleaning. While I was at it had a carb off a 241 that I might as well go through for a ready spare on the shelf. Question here is the best way to bush the throttle shaft. These both had the removable linkage so hopefully no need to take the throttle plate off. Carb on the left has brass/bronze washers around the shaft so does this mean a PO had put them there? The one on the left has that recessed area where they might fit in? Is the small stepped area on the one on the right a bushing that must come out? I know Dan @Achto has recently done this on his Raider 12 resto so hopefully he'll chime in to elaborate.
Hello, I have a D 200. It has been running great, I was having a hard time starting it and I replace the filter and fuel pump. Adjusted the carb, and now under heavy load she will bog down and stall. If you are just driving seams fine, but if you tow a trailer with the mower, I boggs and stalls? Carb Issue or Fuel Pump?
Got the new Chinese carb on my k341 and I'm still having issues with it. When I open the throttle all the way with it not running everything opens as should but when it's running the throttle shaft on the carb only opens half way. As in the governer isn't functioning correctly or a spring is warn. It surges terribly and almost dies when you drive it. Definitely frustrating!!! Here's a video of it running.
So with all these weed eaters, chainsaws, leaf blowers and whatever we have that have these pesky Walbro's or what not carbs that are not supposed to ever require adjustment I need to get one of these.
So does a guy just get the 21 tooth spline or the whole set "just to have"?
None of my two strokes have anything but the spline?? ....Thoughts, comments?
Tired of trying to use a piece of rubber tube.