Fuel screw?



4 replies to this topic
  • KasperMX

Posted February 24, 2001 - 06:32 AM

#1

Where can I find a screw driver small enough to fit under there?What do you guys use?

  • dirtdad

Posted February 24, 2001 - 06:51 AM

#2

I use a neat little tool made by motion pro made specifically for the FCR carb. It comes with 3 attachements and a little carrying case for around $12.00. I got mine from Chaparral. There's also one made by Pro-Tec priced around $15.00. I think White Brothers carries both also. Hope this helps.

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  • fershy

Posted February 24, 2001 - 09:35 AM

#3

I made my own with a short hex flathead (the kind they sell for putting into drills)and a brass compression nut. I pressed the hex end into the compression fitting. Voila instant fuel screw driver. I painted one sde of the nut so I can determine rotations. I am into it for about $1.20!
fershy

  • Bill

Posted February 24, 2001 - 03:00 PM

#4

You can also use a bit from a electric screwdriver, but as posted, put some paint on it, so you can tell how many revolutions you turn it.

Bill

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  • aag800

Posted February 24, 2001 - 06:12 PM

#5

I put a 6mm x 1" long bolt to the grinder to make it a flat head. The paint thing too.





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