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How can I buy a carb.long handle adjustment tool with d shaped end?

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Go to www. and get it.

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It is probably a star or a square head. You should be able to pick up at any auto parts store.
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SOURCE: Getting the right tool to adjust carb on Homelite Blower.

Type in "AYP" on google...scroll down to ", in the AYP part number box type number 530035560.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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