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Old 06-17-2024, 08:33 AM   #1
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I get that the kits are universal so there are always left over parts in a 94 kit.Search function told me the valve on right is my PV, and I figured out the tiny spring,but what is the white felt thing for? My other question is my instruction sheet showed a return spring associated with the accel pump external rod. I have the one that goes around the flat plunger rod with the slot on top. I don't see that other spring on or in any of my old 94 carbs here. Thanks.
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Felt ring is the accelerator pump rod seal.
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Felt ring is the accelerator pump rod seal.
Thanks Henry, is it internal or external?
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I get that the kits are universal so there are always left over parts in a 94 kit.Search function told me the valve on right is my PV, and I figured out the tiny spring,but what is the white felt thing for? My other question is my instruction sheet showed a return spring associated with the accel pump external rod. I have the one that goes around the flat plunger rod with the slot on top. I don't see that other spring on or in any of my old 94 carbs here. Thanks.
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External, right where pump rod exits in order to connect with link to throttle arm. Most are never replaced following a rebuild. There is, or was a washer that is peened, holding felt in place.
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Thanks, I might as well use it. Maybe a dab of JB weld to secure it. I live on a long dusty dirt road so seems beneficial.
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