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350utility; Help!!!!!

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Posted by Gene on September 19, 2003 at 14:58:25 from (152.163.252.168):

I have a 350 utility [gas] that I have replaced the spark plugs; plug wires;new condenser and points set every thing to specs.including the timing and I have rebuilt the carb. and set the float to specs.and still my tractor will not run right. at idle it makes a popping sound from the exhaust pipe ; when I pull down on the throttle there is fire in the exhaust pipe and sometimes spitsback thru the carb. I was wondering if this could be a burnt valve that is causing all of these problems ?

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