Question about Garden
Hi, I may need more info on what engine you are refering to but generally if it is a full plastic float with a new needle fitted it should sit parallel to the carby body when held lightly closed. If it is a brass or cork float you can bend the arms to achieve this. If it is plastic and not parallel you can heat the float arms in boiling water and bend them slightly by hand while cooling them down under cold water. Hope this helps, regards Phil.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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