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Old 07-19-2012, 11:04 PM   post #1 of 3
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Default 1964 900 questions

Well I posted awhile back about my '64 900 that I picked up and I havent done much to it since I got it. Unfortunatley I let my freind clean the carb and he lost an internal spring. I dont know what it was so can someone post a diagram of the carb for me? I wasnt happy about this because we all know how hard it is to find wisconsin parts. My sears engine is in peices right now so it would be nice to mow with this tractor. A diagram would really help so I at least know what I need. Thanks guys
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Old 07-20-2012, 07:42 AM   post #2 of 3
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The only spring that I can think of that's inside those carbs is the one that goes on the rod that holds the float in,you could probably get away without it but I think it should come in a rebuild kit.The only other springs on that carb are on the air mixture screws on the outside of the carb,you might find someone that has an extra one from a junk carb.
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Old 07-22-2012, 11:07 PM   post #3 of 3
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Bought a manual today at an antique equipment show. For some reason there was a spring on the idle tube. It doesn't show it in the manual so I guess I don't need it. I wanted to sell this tractor but turns out my dad really likes it and I need something to mow with while I'm rebuilding the engine in my sears, so Im going to get it running. It doesn't have any spark at the moment, but I think it's just the points. I haven't really messed with it, but I'll start a new thread when I get to work on it.
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