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D7 3T pony motor not starting

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248952 by V14
Replied by V14 on topic D7 3T pony motor not starting
For sure 1k for a carb is not in my budget. I'll figure out a way to make this one work after I get that screw replaced.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248963 by trainzkid88
id ask is that fully rebuilt 6 months warranty and gold plated hardware

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248970 by V14
Replied by V14 on topic D7 3T pony motor not starting
It's actually new not rebuilt there is a rebuilt one on ebay for 700 but that still high for a refurbished. Just the few choke parts I asked about were 250 through that place so they probably just mark everything way up.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248974 by trainzkid88
brand new thats a bit more understandable. still rather pricey though.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248976 by trainzkid88
those screws should be sae threads. any decent fastener shop should be able to source screw like that take the shaft with you. once you get the butterfly centred in place a drop of loctite 290 or permatex afterlock on the thread will keep them in place. you can also use a drop of starbrite liquid electrical tape.

try your cat dealer. the parts book should have the part numbers you need. try search those part numbers on parts.cat.com if they show a listing then generally the dealers can supply them.

a google search is also your friend if you can find the national stock number for the carb you can find what else it was used on and you can have more luck that way i guarantee these carbs were used on other brands of equipment.
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8 months 2 weeks ago #248979 by V14
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I ordered them already was just hoping the hardware store would have a match so I could get them right away but wasn't so lucky.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248980 by josh
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Does this look like the top of your carb with the choke parts? 7F3838, was looking through my stash of junk, I mean good used parts, and came across this.
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8 months 2 weeks ago #248981 by V14
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Different part number but same zenith 22ax8 carb so should be the same.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248982 by josh
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Do you still need the parts? I was thinking of trying to take it apart, the screws are soldered in to the choke plate, but it appears that the whole top assembly could be used instead of swapping parts, let me know and I can clean it up and see if it's useable.

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8 months 2 weeks ago #248983 by V14
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Sure I'd be interested my choke lever is still an issue so swapping could help. I have the ultrasonic cleaner now so cleaning shouldn't be an issue. Send me a message with what you are looking to get out of it

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