mikeatc33: Thats The greatest tool...!...Thanks for the info!
donyboy73: thank you
donyboy73: if it says 40:1 then I would continue using it
Martin LeBlanc: my new saw calls for 40:1 mix will it hut it if I use 50:1 after I break it
donyboy73: I BELIEVE IT DOES
donyboy73: thank you
Martin LeBlanc: hi don does this tool work on the new poulan 5020AV chainsaws
Martin LeBlanc: thanks don I like your fix it videos I watch them a lot
Ari P: I have a set of 4 of these tools for the different screws not just splined.
My problem is the length of the handle. I have a backpack blower where the
screws face the blower housing and it is too tight for the handle to fit. I
would either need a stubby version or a bit which can be used on a
ratchet/right angle or an extension. Is any such thing available?? Please
let me know. Thank you.
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: 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: 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.
sjs2657g: 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.
TheLoneWolf1124: Just ordered one, fuel tubing used to work but its not easy to be precise
donyboy73: welcome to my channel!
dejanira2: Always looking for tools to make things easier,
wcjcnc: It's just a round screw with a hole or dimple in the head of it. The hole
is offset a bit to one side. One of these screwdrivers is on ebay right now
and it has a bid of $55.00 on it which is CRAZY. It's part # 797-00039, MTD
Zama carb adjust tool. I've learned a lot from your videos but I'm a poor
man so I can't afford to donate but I'd be glad to mail you one of these
once I figure out how to make them.
donyboy73: mowers4u dot com
donyboy73: yes that works good too
RightWayLandscaping: I was wondering if you could help me. One of my clients gave a poulan wild
thing 18 inch chainsaw and I can't seem to adjust the carb to keep it
running. I checked the muffler and gave it a full tune up but it still
won't run the right way. Is there some kind of trick I need to do to make
outdoorsman310: i think pepboys has one not sure though
markusedma: It appears the EPA in the US is cracking down on these tools unless it is
purchased by certified shops..
epiphaknee: Tecumseh 670377. This is featured in Dony's Tecumseh Carb rebuild Part I,
for the snowblower at 6:06.
Peter Agostini: Hats off to all the guys that post learning an reference videos !
Nathan Jones: world wide web contractorsdirect(dot)com there for $20.00 search for part #
bigdogbuc: I just picked up two lawn edgers at a thrift store yesterday for $5 each.
The engines will see life again on bicycles. One is an MTD with a 3 hp
Briggs (?) minus carb and intake manifold and the other is an old Craftsman
3 hp Eager-1, which I believe is a Tecumseh (?). It has a "rounded block"
with side exhaust. Is there any chance I could send you some photos of the
carb and maybe you can tell me what it is? It sits well below the intake
valve. An updraft maybe?
Black Mountain Powersports: you can get it for $3 on amazon and the shipping is only $5
Dennis Cruz: thanks dony! just ordered one on ebay, it cost me 10.99 with shipping.
thank for all the great videos man. I started buying broken lawn equipment
and fixing them and then selling them around my city. Im having a blast!!
doing it as a hobby righ now, but it has the potential to turn into a
business, thats how i got started in my t-shirt printing business.
donyboy73: they are totally different tools, I use the double every so often
TOOL REVIEW - Carburetor Adjusting Tool For Small 2 Cycle Engines4.9
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