OldSalt John: I just ordered this tool for work on a Husqvarna leaf blower. The carb is
clean but the unit will only accelerate with the choke partially closed.
Hope this helps the problem. Really a pain to get the carb out for cleaning.
Thanks for sharing
Andrew Robinson: You can get a 4 piece Carburetor tool kit here.
Bob Traweek: Get it while you can. EPA made it illegal to tune your carb and if you sell
the tool there's a $12,000 fine! America is run by corporate idiots.
grantman64: THANK YOU!!!! My Craftsman 358.791070 32cc weed trimmer has been running
like s**t -- it'll run fine with the choke on, but when I hit the throttle,
it dies. Was thinking I'd at least have to buy a new carb, but thanks to
your vid I have ordered the tool you reviewed and expect to have my trimmer
running like a top within minutes of the tool arriving on my doorstep.
anthony neilly: My troybilt has screws like a dimmer switch screw when you pull the plastic
knob off. It has a flat side to the bolt. Will this tool work on it?
Dale Howell: use a dremel tool and cutting disc and grind a slot for a screwdriver go
slow and not let it get to hot..
Trust No One: there or a lot of tools for the carburetor's but you can buy them all in a
set on Amazon and Thanks for the great video's donyboy73
wcjcnc: There are a total of 7 "special" screwdrivers for adjusting the carburetors
on 2 cycle engines. I have all 7 of them but it took me a few months to get
them. The hardest one to find is the "Offset Pin" driver. Then there's the
standard four which are the Splined tool, Single D, Double D, and the
Pac-Man. The other two are the "Tiny D" and the Stihl 4MM Hex driver. It's
nice to have the proper tool when something comes into my shop.
Doc Riordan: Just purchased 4 different types of these at Amazon at the price of $10
per. Hope to get my money's worth in the future, I'm sure it will make the
adjustment easier. Good Video, I am subscribed and learning.
Bob Traweek: For $3 I bought a disk for my hand held drill (Dremel). I simply ground off
the aluminum housings for the high speed jet adjustment screws for access
to the adjustment needles. I used a hemostat to tweak the jet setting and
had positive results. If I'd had a cutting wheel available, I could have
notched the stupid needle head for ordinary screw driver adjustment. Stupid
JohnnyBallou: Thanks! You saved me a fortune in repair costs!
Skyler1640: Craftsman 32cc Weed whacked had that problem I'm just a carburetor on it
and it vibrate like crazy hard to just because it's vibrating you know
Getting one too weedeater husqvarna
Negative review this Husqvarna problem The pull ropes or junk 128ld I like
John Lizana: Hi im kong I have question about weadeater carb adjustment screws. I don't
know what the proper way to adjust them if they have ben taken out .
wcjcnc: Damn, I damaged my screwdriver like this one. Had to get on ebay and order
a replacement. There goes $26.00. Can't live without it though. lol
Warren Copeland: I'll take some pics tonight for you. The tip of it is round with a tiny pin
offset to one side. The screw it fits just has a round head with a tiny
hole in it just off center. I've only needed this tool a few times.
beas302: Thank you for the good information.
Christopher Pinterich: AMAZON.COM!
Sean Rhoades: I have an Echo PB-250 Blower, with a walbro carb, it has two small
adjustment D type screws for H & L, I would like a tool to adjust them, it
cost me over $20 to have a Echo dealer tune last year. I saw somewhere that
the EPA has made it illegal to sell these tools is that true?
Adam Gutierrez: Good job. Thank you. Started two today with your tutorial.
mikeatc33: Thats The greatest tool...!...Thanks for the info!
donald laisure: 24 female torques
bigDcstx: Just grabbed one from amazon for 18.68 shipped. Thanks for the video!
wcjcnc: I want to make my own offset pin screwdriver. Do you have any of those
carbs that have those offset pin H/L screws? I need one to go buy so I can
make the tool. I could make one for you too.
oldfatnbroke: When your Poulan tool wears out and will not turn the screws any longer
just grind about 3/16" off the end of the tool. That will get you past the
worn splines and expose brand new splines. Do not overheat the tool! If you
see the steel turning blue stop and cool it in a cup of watter. You have to
take your time so you do not remove the temper of the steel or the splines
will wear really fast.
donyboy73: I've never heard of a fine but I know they are making It harder for people
to sell them
donyboy73: thank you
donyboy73: NO IT WON'T
Home Vidoes: I'm working on a toro trimmer. The carb adjustment screws are smooth on the
outside and have a "dimple" in the top. Do you have a part number or place
to buy a tool to fit this adjustment screw?
donyboy73: if it says 40:1 then I would continue using it
donyboy73: LOOK UP "POULAN CARBURETOR TOOL
TheWallyjp: love when u put up tool vids can i find one of these in like a Sears,
Lowes, or Home Depot?
trunk516: Was wondering if you're anywhere with the video on replacing the recoil
spring for the starter on my Lawnboy 8603??
666mrjimbo: I PURCHASED ALL 4 FOR UNDER 40.00 BUCKS AYYYY ONLINE AYYYYY I NEED A BEER
AYYY ABOOT TIME!!
jimandnena4: I worked on my first Ryobi last year and solved the carb adjustment problem
without a tool.
savagenomore: gotta be able to get them out before you can do that
icandoit20: I bought mine at mowers4u.com It was less than 10 bucks.
Greg O: Ordered one of these at Amazon, and it showed up today. Don't have anything
to use it on at the moment, but sure I'll need it in the future. Thanks for
donyboy73: then a good starting point is 2 turns out
donyboy73: I have a lot of carbs here, would need to see exactly which one u want
donyboy73: nice to hear that
Goregoon: Nice, I didn't even know that tool existed. I assumed they were
non-adjustable for some reason. Thanks for the vid!
phordguy: Although I haven't tried it yet I hear an electrical butt connector will
also work if you don't have the tool...
Liamautomechanic: tidy wee tool. worth the money.
99carnot: Good information! Thanks!!
Robbie Batdorf: Thank you so much, can now cut weeds instead of trying to get my 2 weed
eaters started. they never ran right new, that's why I purchased the 2nd
one last year. My wrist thanks you too.
sjs: Thanks, I'm in need to adjust that type of carb, and would rather not spend
a lot of money for a one use item. Did you take that link off? I can't seem
to get it to work.
Martin LeBlanc: my new saw calls for 40:1 mix will it hut it if I use 50:1 after I break it
TheLoneWolf1124: Just ordered one, fuel tubing used to work but its not easy to be precise
TOOL REVIEW - Carburetor Adjusting Tool For Small 2 Cycle Engines4.9
out of 5