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I'm just going to say that if you're not really a (carb guy) just take the carb off 2 nuts, choke, and fuel line. take it to a shop and pay the $65 to have it done, then re-install it yourself.

The carb kit is going to cost the same +/- a few bucks, if you do the removal and install yourself you will save about $40-$50. It's not hard to rebuild but if you're not sure or just don't want the hassle it doesn't cost much on our engine.

Also FYI if you do it yourself and are going to soak the carb in carb cleaner you best make sure all the rubber and plastic parts are off before it goes into the solution

If you want to learn then do it your self, it's one of the easier ones.
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