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8n tractor runs good at first then after awhile starts to sputte

My tractor runs good when you start it then after it warms up it cuts out then you pull out the choke it will keep running but not great weather conditions are mild so its not cold i replaced plugs roter points and thats it i wonder what this could be????????????

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Check fuel filter in the shut off bowl. Then check the needle and seat in the fuel sediment bowl on the bottom of the carb.Also check the float when you pull off the sediment bowl.

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