Joaquin Chea: Will the carburetor adjustment tool only work on Weedeater machines?
JohnnyGreeko: Hi Donboy, you should make a video on what tools do you need for 2 & 4 stroke engines.
midnightpassion43: Hi, I have a polan pro 18in. (42cc) I think. I need to adjust my carb. But I don't know if it's a 7 spline or a 21 spline. Would you know or can you tell me which one I need before I purchase one. Hope too hear from ya soon. Thanks.
Vergon PARADO: half ass built screwdriver, they should have made a white marking on the handle to measure turns.
Rob San Diego: Went to look for this at a Tractor Supply and they said this was a very specialized and "exotic" tool that needs special ordering. WTF!
Michael Garcia: This didn't fit a Poulan PPE-150
Larry Lafferty: What tools are needed for small engine work?
MTC: You can use a blue wire connector just fine instead of buying this tool
artymgysgt: Replaced the size of trimmer string to .65 as recommended on the box. It does not rip off the stringer as before, but adjusting is a problem as I don't have a mechanics ear and can't rind proper tuning information. Help!
Shawn Stick Chamness: will that tool work on the tanaka chainsaws?
Martin LeBlanc: i have a Remington Rodeo RM5118R chainsaw can you tell me what adjustment tool i need to adjust the Carb Don need your help
M7xR55: Not al;l adjust screws are splined as per this example. Homelite(home depot) screws are 'D' shaped. HD does not stock them. I rigged a piece of tubing to do the job and sure enough...my trimmer works fine now. Odd that so many trimmers need this adjustment after only a few uses. I had to open the left screw 3/4 of a turn...but it works fine now.
Oh Jay: You could find it on the Wish App for $3. Amazon $7
jgyrwa: Will this tool work on stihl chainsaws also?
Dennis “DDietr” Dietrich: Thank you :)
Matt Stewart: I just bought my carburetor adjustment tool in toolnkit.com got it fast and free shipping!!
not2high2fly: If your in a pinch and don't have the time to order/ go to the store to buy the tool you can try what I did. I used an old Bic pen that was out of ink, I pulled out the point and ink tube and filed the sides near the tip down a little to fit. Then heated the tip with my Bic lighter for a second or two to soften it a bit, pushed it on let it cool a second and turned the screw. I don't know if I just got lucky but if your stuck it's worth a try
TOOL REVIEW - Carburetor Adjusting Tool For Small 2 Cycle Engines5
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