View single post by Dakota123
 Posted: 04-14-2010 12:40 am
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Joined: 03-20-2009
Location: Colorado USA
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Coincidentally I discovered I had the same problem as you when I took 10628 out for the first time this season.  I had what I figure was about three quarts of fuel in the sump.

It was the rear carb needle and seat.  It wasn't that old but for whatever reason failed.  You can pinpoint which carb is leaking by jacking up the right front so that the leaking fuel flows out the carb instead of into the sump.