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About Tim-ANC

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  1. Well done and glad you found the problem. Sounds like it was a PITA though. Good of you to post feedback for the rest of us. Sent from my Passport using Tapatalk
  2. Possible, but you can check the timing yourself first to see if it's off. Sent from my Passport using Tapatalk
  3. To those ports on the carb I labeled in the picture I posted.
  4. back of the fuel pump and back of the petcock.
  5. The breather lines are from the back of the carb. The just sit under the shift panel. you dont have to connect them to anything. They simply vent the carb.
  6. Definitely seems like you are getting flooding from somewhere. If you dont find in these tubes. Try disconnecting and plugging your fuel line and running it dry from the float bowl to see how it behaves.
  7. Check the vac tubes that provide suck to your fuel pump and petcock. If fuel in them, the diaphragms form those components are leaking. Sent from my Passport using Tapatalk
  8. Does this help you? Sent from my Passport using Tapatalk
  9. Yes heard about that too. Not sure how valid it is. Been a berry fan since the start, and I'm not even Canadian, though I have played one TV Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk
  10. These rigs don't handle the cold very well. I left my 94 plow rig out for a week. Unfortunately a cold snap hit and the battery froze. Can't get it to start either. Wheels freeze up on it too. I don't know of a bigger battery you could get, except maybe for the expensive gel types. Since yours was running fine before, I suggest putting it in a warm space and let it thaw for a day. Put a fresh charge on the battery if still good. Troubleshoot thereafter. Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk
  11. Have you been leaving it out frozen? Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk
  12. Did you ever adjust your valves?
  13. I hate to say this, but thinking there is something wrong with the starting gears inside. Have to access through the left hand crank case.
  14. I don`t understand your terminology. The seals where the rear drive line exit the crank case, you might be able to change it. You would have to dig the seal out around drive line. Might not happen and then you`re stuck. Usually, these are beat out from the inside of the case.
  15. If you are talking about the forward drive shaft seal coming out of the forward crank case, no, can not be replaced easy. Crank case has to be split to get to it.