The dead spot is usually metering rod adjustment but.......if there isn't any, or enough gas in the bowl obviously that would cause the stumble too.
When it starts does it actually run good even if just for seconds or does it just cough or sputter? I know you said it won't take any throttle...
You're welcome Ken. Sucks about no title, looks to be in great shape. I'm the same camp, no title = not for me.
His name is Kevin. 913-731-3383
I sent a message to the seller.
I should have said screw, not part.
Yes, that arm should be all of the way forward when warmed up. The part that holds the cable secured is missing on yours.
I like it too, but I think the body is rougher than it looks thus the reason for new paint.
That looks like an exhaust pipe on the left, is it? Are you sure that's not bumping something at times?
Why does the t-case pan look tilted? Is it just the picture making it look that way?
Yep, certainly a good deal these days.
The threads stripping on the shaft is kinda concerning.
FWIW the one with the bed is a '51. I've got to quit looking at stuff that is potentially worth buying. It's interesting that the one says...
That one is in darn good shape.
I'd say that the Bronco was their main competition, at least around here anyways. Each of the others had their own little share.
This stuff is pretty simple when compared to modern engines. When adjusting the valves take your time and go back over and recheck your adjustments.
I believe you are overthinking this endeavor and trying to absorb too much information.
Since you mentioned L-head are you confusing the 2 different engines? Yours is the F-head and no you don't need to remove the side cover for the...
Looks like it has stayed pretty much original. (y)
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