Craftsman LT 1000 Kohler 16 OHV Carburetor rebuild , , engine by Dan



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17 thoughts on “Craftsman LT 1000 Kohler 16 OHV Carburetor rebuild , , engine by Dan

  1. Great video Dan.  Love the detail.  My craftsman won't start at all.  It's got this engine:
    KOHLER ENGINE-MODEL NUMBER CV460, TYPE NUMBER 26509.  Another video suggested it was the valves that need adjusting.  Do you have a video on that?

  2. I am a 61 year old woman with little "repair experience". I watched your video (4 times) and followed the directions to the "t".  Now my lawn tractor is running better than it ever has. The other problem I found was the inline fuel filter, although it was getting fuel, it was not working great! So I changed it too and the spark plug VOILA! Thanks so much. I'm feeling pretty proud of myself – thanks for the easy to follow instructions.

  3. Hi Dan Great Video. I do as you do and my gosh I never saw a float so gummed up! You have a funny (non abrasive) way to deliver a great message as you teach. You said you will take air to clean internal jets I do that and also use a bread bag wire. May i suggest you do a internal Carb clean video as I feel that will teach others how to do it. One note I wish you spoke of. That Carb was made a mess by not properly winterizing the mower. So you and I know you had to drain and clean that gas tank of bad and maybe dirty gas. Job well done sir! So again maybe a video detailing internal wire and air cleaning of Carb Jets and even a show of springs and throttle rods placements.

  4. Hey this was a very useful video. I have a generator that has a yamaha mz360 motor on it with a very similar carb on it. I tried taking it apart to clean it last weekend but didn't go deep enough to get everything cleaned up properly because I was still unable to get it to run very well. I think I'm going to give it another shot this weekend. Out of curiosity once you cleaned the externals of all the parts how long did you let the parts soak for?

  5. Thanks Dan Great video sooo very helpful I thought I would never find the exact carbie to check I was doing the right thing. Going straight out to fix mine now!!

  6. Really! 5 mins on cleaning the OUTside of the carb? You've got to be joking. I'm not watching the rest of this video because I'm sure it will be a waste of time. Stick to repairing carbs (if your good at it) cause you can't make a video for squat.

  7. Cool hat, I hope you didn't get ant carb gunk spray on it during the process…thanks for sharing the experience 🙂

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