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In this video I disassemble the carburetor on a 6.5 HP Harbor Freight Predator engine to check the float height. The engine is brand new and has never been run, so the carburetor float height should be exactly how it was set at the factory. It is very hard to find engine specifications for this engine, so I thought it would be a good video to show the float height of a new carburetor. The problem I encountered is the plastic float in this carburetor is not adjustable. The fuel inlet need is spring loaded and always keeps the plastic float set at the same height, so adjustment is never needed.
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