Thanks talked to them, they have almost everything for a 4100 but that screw. Thanks for the info.Hi,
Try here for the missing adjuster, hope it’s not sitting in your intake, lol. They’ll have what you need, think it’s .50 Cents.
Hi,Thanks talked to them, they have almost everything for a 4100 but that screw. Thanks for the info.
Hi,I hate to sound like a stuck record but I talked to them today also and they have know idea where to buy one. The guy said I should buy a 4100 off of eBay and use it. I’d hate too pay 300 or more for the screw. Thanks I’ll keep lookin. I may try and make one out of a regular 3/16 bolt.
No sweat, bro! Not your fault they all run different thread pitch angles & made it so darn difficult. I’m the one who should be apologetic, I’m 0 for 2 right now...
Surprised Mike’s didn’t have one..
I guess I also forget the advantage of machine shop access & the specific tools to replicate any non std. threads or part(s) I fail to locate, require.
That being said, what choke screw is it- precisely? Categorized exploded view(s) below..
- The EB sellers that are specific 4100 parts may find or take one off a parts Carb if you request it via message.
- There an older local automotive machine shop where you’re at? You’d be surprised at the things they accumulate & May do for you if you drop by (Carb in hand).
1) There another screw on the Carb with the correct thread that’d work if you had another? Maybe one of those you can buy.
2) Redrill & tap to the next size & use the appropriate fastener type running a (USS) STD. thread.(Altering it over a Screw?I’m only adding it as it is an option. Keeping it unmodified OE is the smartest move).
3) Run a smaller fastener that fits through the existing hole with nuts on either side to allow it to adjust (until you locate another).
4) Could also start/throw another thread up as seeking that screw, highly likely someone has a 4100 parts Carb on SN, adding the exploded view above with the exact part highlighted, so its easy for others to ID & there’s no mistakes. Worth a try?
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