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TimE

Broadmoor lives again

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TimE
67 6 hp Broadmoor.I finally found time to work on this tractor. Swapped the magneto,flywheel and installed an electronic ignition module, cleaned and adjusted carb, new plug, cleaned gas tank and replaced fuel line. It starts right up on first pull but won't stay running unless I leave the choke on 3/4. I assume this is a carb problem. Any suggestions appreciated. Briggs 142707 vertical shaft with a 2 piece flo-jet carb.

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