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Re: How to clean/service Carburetor Ariens 20001027 which supercedes to 20001368
#1   Oct 19, 2014 8:06 am
Well, have done an older model Tecumseh a few times over many years as the tiniest of all holes in what I think is called the main jet (part of the adjustable screw assembly that held on the bowl) was clogged a bit.

This LCT mounted model is lacking that adjustable screw and I don't want to overlook something seemingly so small yet so important.  Does this model have something similar?

That's why I was looking for a specific guide, so nothing small is overlooked. 

Although I let it run itself dry before storage last fall, it would only start with full choke and stumbled as I reduced the choke and would not run with the choke off.  So I removed the bowl, sprayed into the carb with a cleaner can tube attached to the can where ever I could and now it's running as it should.  A guide or well done video would really be helpful as I don't know if anything was overlooked.

Thanks!
How to clean/service Carburetor Ariens 20001027 which supercedes to 20001368
#2   Oct 16, 2014 5:46 pm
Title asks it all, want to clean one out and might need to replace some gasket etc.

Are there instructions for servicing this model?   Looked and didn't find a thing about it.  Help really appreciated.

This is on an Ariens 920013, according to the manual that's the right part number and online I see it's been superceded. 
Re: Old tire leaking at rim
#3   Jun 14, 2014 6:54 pm
Success, holding air.  Thanks
Re: Old tire leaking at rim
#4   May 25, 2014 8:00 am
Challenge not to damage the tube assembling it, but it works!

What should the pressure be with a tube, same as without?

Thx.
Old tire leaking at rim
#5   May 17, 2014 3:21 pm
Got an old SB tire that leaks slowly at the rim.    I really don't want to go through the work of replacing the tire and have no assurance a new one will bond any better to the old rim.

Is there a good goop to help seal it? 
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