loose rear wheels

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Posted by Dan on September 09, 2018 at 10:10:28 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Chisler posted by JMOR on September 08, 2018 at 14:11:26:

Good news the last owner was not smart enough to tighten the axle nuts . That was the the only problem they were hand loose and turned in about 3 more turns now they are fairly tight sloop gone . Glad i dogged that bullet . yesterday when it would not start i ended up fixing up 3 different shribler iron carbs . As usual the ones that had a new rubber tipped float valve just filled with gas . i don,t know how many times i must learn that lesson . every time i did a rebuild and the carb would not work i ended up putting the steel float valve back in then it would work .The one yesterday i rebuilt meant removing the mud wasp nest and pressure washing the red mud out of it and running a thin wire threw the small passages . all the sickening new pot metal new ones have never worked rite . as soon as i put on a real iron schribbler the thing would work .


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