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#31 mrf1002u OFFLINE  

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Posted November 28, 2012 - 03:35 PM

Since I posted this, I have found another, more affordable source for this carb kit.

McDonald Carb & Ignition
1001 Commerce Rd.
Jefferson, GA 30549
706-367-4179 Phone/Fax
www.mcdonaldcarb.com
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$25 plus s/h. Kit includes gaskets, float valve (needle & seat), float pin, idle needle and spring, plate screws, etc. We can supply some other parts for the R20T series but availability depends on which part is needed. Thanks.

Morgan
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I have also asked if they have the float and the high speed needle assembly. I will post that info when I have it.

Thoughts to live by; by Jack Handy: (Anybody remember that one?)

I only found this source because I posted the original source on another forum. I was reminded by a member there that we should always check with site sponsors when looking for parts. I really didn't think of that at the time and I am glad he reminded me. The cheaper source is in fact a sponsor of the other forum, so if I buy it from him, it is good for him and in turn all other members of the forum.


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Posted November 28, 2012 - 03:39 PM

"We'd have to fab both those pieces. Float $35, load adj. assy $25. If ordered these two pieces would ship in 3-4 days or so from order date. Thanks."

Morgan

McDonald Carb & Ignition
1001 Commerce Rd.
Jefferson, GA 30549
706-367-4179 Phone/Fax
www.mcdonaldcarb.com
info@mcdonaldcarb.com


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Posted December 05, 2012 - 04:39 PM

So I got the new to me gear case and got it installed. Looks OK, now if I can just get it to start again! I forgot to take pics after it was done. Interesting if you never saw the inside of the axle housing. I also kinda show the way my Dad taught me to cut a gasket. With a hammer. Well not completely.

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