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HAVE A Z TRAK 717. ENGINE QUITS AFTER 20 MINUTES. SOUNDS LIKE ITS RUNNING OUT OF GAS. PLUGS,AIR FILTER OIL,FUEL FILTER GAS LINES ALL O.K.

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Hi,
Just a thought for your consideration...
If you can, check the carburator to see if you have condensation trapped in the bowl.
Hope this helps... Good luck!

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