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#1 CubHorse80 OFFLINE  

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Posted October 26, 2013 - 07:07 PM

Im freshening up an old b10 and I need some help...

 

-does someone have some pictures of the carb side of the motor so I can see how all the linkages hook up?

 

- what can I do to tighten up steering without replacing parts?

 

- what all should be done?

I already have...

-rebuilt carb

-replaced the drive belt

-replaced clutch spring

-pushed studs into rear hubs

-cleaned the top end of engine

-replaced the head gasket

-changed oil

-converted to a coil ignition (not my choice)

 

anything else I need to do to this beast?

*NO MAJOR FIXES... its just a freshening up tuneup

 

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Posted October 26, 2013 - 07:53 PM

Im freshening up an old b10 and I need some help...

 

Need help taking pics?


 

- what all should be done?  Take pictures!

I already have...

-rebuilt carb

-replaced the drive belt

-replaced clutch spring

-pushed studs into rear hubs

-cleaned the top end of engine

-replaced the head gasket

-changed oil

-converted to a coil ignition (not my choice)

 

anything else I need to do to this beast?  Post pictures!!!!!

*NO MAJOR FIXES... its just a freshening up tuneup

 

:dancingbanana:  :dancingbanana:

:camera: :wewantpics:


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#3 Dee OFFLINE  

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Posted October 26, 2013 - 10:34 PM

these videos by zippo should help with the linkage

 

 

 

He also has some other videos which cover steering adjustments and general repairs


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#4 CubHorse80 OFFLINE  

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Posted November 05, 2013 - 07:51 AM

Heres the only pictures i have as of right now, i will try to get more today...

 

Its not in bad shape but it aint good either...

 

im having issues getting the pto pulleys and belts lined up as well as getting the carb ajusted perfectly.

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Posted November 10, 2013 - 04:21 PM

If your carb problem is related to mixture and cannot be tuned out, I'd say that it's either in the ignition system (fouled plug, points causing weak spark, etc.) or the carb is dirty. I once had a problem with surging and ended up drilling and tapping the hole for the carb mounting bolt, which caused it to run lean, due to a vacuum leak. If not a mixture problem, I just uploaded a page I scanned out of a B-Series Service manual for adjusting carb linkage. It is supposed to be for a model 19, but I don't see that anything should be different. Click anywhere in this post to follow the link. If the link doesn't work, you should be able to go through my profile to my gallery.


Edited by acguy96, November 10, 2013 - 04:22 PM.

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