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I'm installing a mini split in the dining room. It is the “hot” side of the house and doesn't get much air flow.
I picked this up off of the Craig's list, up in this nice little retirement village called Sun City.
So I put some new wheels on the truck, and at full lock I got a bit of rubbing on the suspension arms, which es no bueno.
Icky! Shame on me =(
So a problem I'm having is that the throttle return spring on the weber carb on my truck isn't strong enough to pull the throttle all the way closed. It'll get it close, and the. Eventually get it there but an example, I set the idle to 800, snap the throttle a few times, and then it will be idling at 900. There will be a bit of wiggle room in the throttle and if I manually give it some assistance it'll go back down to 800, or if it just idles for 5 minutes or so it will also eventually work it's way back down. Either way, not as quick as I'd like.
Yay the truck has passed inspection. Now maybe I'll do some more updates about it here that its street legal again.
I'll put some better pics up when the area is cleaned. But this is my pull down machine. Super simple, two pulleys a bucket, some paracord and PVC.
I'm having to redo this post due to some weird bug that deleted the whole thing. Oh well.
So a brief description, this design was patented in 1928, I'm not sure exactly how old my saw is, but the other ones I have found online have a serial number with either 5 or 6 numbers. Mine is number 504, so I'd wager it's a pretty old one.