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Fixed Jet Carb on K341

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I find that this K341 engine was used on a generator/starting unit and ran at a constant speed. The engine has a Fixed Jet carb. Are there any problems associated with using the fixed jet carb on my tractor?? Thanks, Dan PS - I am also in the market for a good head for this engine.

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A fixed jet carb is fine as long as it has the correct jet in it. I had a Vanguard that ran too lean and required half choke to mow. I took a small drill and opened the jet by .001 inch to make it run correctly. Just don't do any drilling on a jet if you don't know exactly how to do it or how much you need. I don't think the jets are sold separately.

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