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I rebuilt a dtlx double induction M S Carb off of

I rebuilt a dtlx double induction M S Carb off of a John Deere 60. The dealer I bought the tractor from said to set the float level 3/4" from the gasket surface on the float bowl to the top of the float. When I turned on the gasoline at the sediment bowl, gas began to leak out of the intake side of the carb. 1. do I have the float level set correctly 2. is there another problem that causes this.
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On most float-type carburetors, the float is usually perpendicular to the edge of the carburetor body when the needle is seated.Turn the carb upside down and adjust the float if necessary, to where the float is parallel to the carburetor bowl mounting surface. There are tangs at the front of the float where it hangs on the pin that can be bent up or down to accomplish this.

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