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New Stromberg Tool!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bruce Lancaster, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. banjorear
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    I got a feeling that it may be easier for you to list the things you DON't have or collect than you do.

    I'm always impressed with your pictures. GAWD DAMN you've got some cool stuff.
     
  2. Bluto
    Joined: Feb 15, 2005
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    I can't find my carb tools either

    I've got Stromberg jet tool sockets not the ittle stamped tin stuff ..sockets.... when I find'em I post those too.....

    And there'sa Stromberg SW Booster kit here too.......

    Moving issa bitch.........
     
  3. 18n57
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    Bruce, the mental image of your poor wife flailing away on the pump caused me a severe belly laugh and possibly a rupture. Damn !! I'm gonna haf ta put my feet up and rest for a while:):)
     
  4. Yes it is, I am still unpacking stuff I boxed 10 years ago!
     
  5. jonny o
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    Congrats on working mid-evil style. Who needs an compressor anyway?
     
  6. uncle max
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    Nine years ago! My old Dad told me, time gathers momentum!
     
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  7. blowby
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    from Nicasio Ca

    Hi Max,

    Great tip on blocked pump tubes.

    I posted a thread the other day and got no reply. Can you tell me if there is an adjustment on 97s to adjust the high idle when on the choke? Don't see a separate screw like later carbs.
     
  8. uncle max
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    If the accelerator pump link is on the "S" ball of throttle arm, speed should increase when the choke is pulled, with the help of the chokekicker linkage. If it's on the "W" ball, you'll probably have to dial it down. If it's still way too fast, you may have worn bushings and/or throttleshaft.
     
  9. steel rebel
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    Dude I rebuilt four of them just as Bruce said and they work perfectly. They even idle. Oh I had to take the filters out to lighten up the spark plugs. I now have screen door filters. That keeps the borders out.

    SANY0003.jpg SANY0003.jpg
     
  10. williebill
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    Another reason to love the HAMB.... seeing this thread and going back to reread it from the beginning again.

    You folks are priceless....
     
  11. pitman
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    Willie, you nail it! Wisdom lurks behind clever tales by Obie-wan! (Mssr. Lancaster)
     
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  12. blowby
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    Thanks Max. My pump link is on the ball closest to the throttle shaft. The problem I have is, when cold, it takes a bunch of choke pull to raise the rpms and get an idle, then when I pull away it goes very rich, I have to push the choke in to avoid misfire, then when I come to a stop sign I have to pull the choke again to get an idle. All this goes away once warm, nice steady slow idle. If I could get a faster idle on the choke without the choke plate being as closed, I think that would help.
     

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