So, I'm tooling along on the Toro 212-H towing my plug aerator while my Dad finished mowing the back yard with the Craftsman (good seat time day) when the Toro shudders and quits. I look down and gas is spilling from the side of the engine and I notice that the carburator bowl has fallen onto the front axle. I quickly unhooked the fuel line to raise it above the level of the gas tank then set about looking at the carb. I've never fiddled with one of these before. I found the nut at the bottom, screwed the bowl back on to the carb, unsure of the correct orientation, tightened it up, reattached the fuel line and she started right up. I finished aerating and put the tractor away. Can it really be that simple?