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Unread 03-20-2020, 02:24 PM   #1
Mbodd42
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Default Help Identifying Needed Part - Robins Carb

When cleaning the carb on my 01 TXT I broke the piece thatís found under this screw. Can anyone help me figure out what it is I now need to replace? I have a junk aftermarket carb. Could I steal the part from that and still get the same performance the OEM carb would usually provide?

Iíve looked at several threads trying to find a diagram. The threads are there but I canít view the pictures.

Appreciate everyoneís help. Hope you are all staying healthy and safe.
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Unread 03-26-2020, 03:38 PM   #2
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Default Re: Help Identifying Needed Part - Robins Carb

Is it the small threaded piece that has a slot in it for a flathead screwdriver? If so I believe that's one of the Jets. Is there enough of a notch in it to thread it back in or not possible?
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Unread 03-30-2020, 09:48 PM   #3
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Default Re: Help Identifying Needed Part - Robins Carb

That correct. I think somehow the tip of the old jet may still be in the carb. I tried to swap the jet from the after market carb into the OEM carb but couldnít get the threads to catch. Thatís what lead me to believe thereís still something in there. Either that, or the after market jet isnít compatible.

Iíve seen where people drill out broken jets but Iím not equipped to do that. When I bought my refurb engine from Motors and More she mentioned they could take a look at it for me. With all the free time I have working from home it might be worth putting in the mail.
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