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Weedeater Carburetor Rebuild & Fuel Line Repair Part 2 of 3

Written By: Weed Eater Guy - Oct• 20•17

Installing the new kit in the Carb. Visit my channel for more repair videos; www.youtube.com
Video Rating: 5 / 5

it actually worked
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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41 Comments

  1. donyboy73 says:

    @ubershot33 just run it dry before u put it away

  2. ubershot33 says:

    if i empty my gas out before winter and leave it for the whole winter, will the diaphragm dry up? i always thought i would its this true. and how do i keep it from going hard and drying up?

  3. donyboy73 says:

    @zezbid4 u also may have to replace the diaphragms in the carb

  4. donyboy73 says:

    @zezbid4 u need to adjust the carb like in the video

  5. zezbid4 says:

    Hi, I have a craftsman 17″/25b cc, walbro carburetor,, , ITs exactly the same machine as your xt 250,,, so the trimmer does not run, I have already replaced both fuel lines, the primer bulb, the fuel filter,, I cleaned up the carburator part by part,, with W-40, and I actually did the same thing as you did on minute 1:12, applied the gas directly to the carb and it actually runned, but just for 3 seconds and then it stops until I put gas on it again,, ,,so,, NOTHING WORKED,, can you help me?

  6. donyboy73 says:

    @khariinaction if ur carb is a walbro u can, if it’s a zama u will need a zama kit. bring ur carb to a small engine shop and buy the right kit

  7. khariinaction says:

    Hello can this(K20-WAT) be used for the FLSST25? I am really considering of doing this by myself.

  8. khariinaction says:

    Which model Weedeater is this? I would also like to know whether the k10 wat can be used on SST25 Weed eater.

  9. logan1985 says:

    where do you buy the rebuilding kit? and there some special tool for adjusting the carb to make it lean or rich . where can i get that tool?

  10. donyboy73 says:

    @vinceleto is it 2 cycle or 4 cycle

  11. vinceleto says:

    The carb has no adjustment’s except for the idle speed. I can get the machine started with starter fluid but once you hit the trigger it bogs down. I took the carb apart and sprayed it and ran some fine wire through the needle I guess thats what it was. From your past videos I would say I need a diaphram but not sure which one. Where do you buy them? I also will check the exaust and I think I screwed up the primer bulb

  12. terry6512 says:

    @donyboy73 i will try that thanks

  13. donyboy73 says:

    @terry6512 i usually remove those and adjust the carb then put them back on

  14. terry6512 says:

    @donyboy73 i just rechecked my carb and its different, it dosnt hav an adjustment screw. its a walbro hda-58 off a tanaka tle 550 edger. it has no primer button or anything, just a choke lever. it seems to have the high and low adjustments but they seem to be locked in place by a plastic factory setting

  15. donyboy73 says:

    @terry6512 set the adjusting screw out a bit

  16. terry6512 says:

    hi, i just rebuilt my edger with the same kit and it runs great but when i open my choke all the way it dies, did i put a diaphram in the wrong way or something.

  17. chevyboy8602 says:

    “o yea it worked face”. EPIC

  18. sprintek says:

    Sound horrible!

  19. 14omega28ok says:

    @lightersknivesguns Put your beer down. and throw it away then you’ll be able to talk

  20. paulcpo says:

    Dude, Dude Dude. The self on 25 with the sunglasses, the cig and the nod is
    B E A S T.

    Udaman.

  21. jmshive910 says:

    roll tide.

  22. obese1konobe says:

    get some one to film you zoom past while pretending to paddle – love it!!!

  23. jackrakino says:

    you are amazing!!! tel me how it is done please youse my email address

    [email protected]

  24. hondamanize says:

    how did u mount the motor

  25. hondamanize says:

    how did u mount the motor

  26. lolmehaha1 says:

    :25

  27. CLayaway1 says:

    @n56db Any chance you’d tell me what size/pitch your prop is?
    I’m building one for my wilderness systems tsunami 12.5. should rip i bet

  28. aceboomcoon says:

    A statement to match this dude face! Yeah bitch, I got a boat too! Hahaha

  29. olds86307 says:

    Could you please tell me what prop you used? Also Dos this weedwacker have a cluch? thanks

  30. taurustbolt says:

    the self portrait with the cig was priceless…

  31. ganjar420 says:

    DAMN! I am impressed!

  32. BobD1001 says:

    ABSOLUTELY AWESOME! I may just have to build one now… since I have a few spare weekwackers… and way too much time on my hands.

  33. quocducnguyen says:

    You have to take it back out on the water with a gps and tell us how fast!!!!

    Also, where can we get that propeller?

  34. imaretardeieio says:

    looks like fun!
    i just went on my second boat ride in my entire life and i got to drive it from the dock and then the engine started messing up but it was fun while it lasted
    same lil angine u got 33cc but its a boat motor

  35. BigAgitator says:

    looks like you picked just the right propeller pitch! you make great headway without bogging.

    Imagine how many mpg you get!! GAWD!
    seriously, this is an impressive rig. It might get a little pissed off if you flipped the yak and got the motor wet.

  36. corybaughman says:

    @rangerbass519 you cant or the weedeater will bog out

  37. NathansBackwoods says:

    How fast do you think you were going? looked about 10 or 15 mph, this thing is cool.

  38. rangerbass519 says:

    awesome job!!! Turned out extremely well! the only thing i would suggest is get a bigger prop. You would be amazed at how much of a difference it would make.

  39. Rampede says:

    thats awesome, how did you make the prop?

  40. devno9904 says:

    sweet. that look on ur face was priceless when it planed out!

  41. squashpup says:

    The smug look of satisfaction on your face and the “victory nod” are priceless.

    This is exactly the way I would react after building such a thing. Good job.

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