Carburetor adjustment is a critical component of small engine repair and maintenance – be it a chainsaw, or a weedwacker. Every engine, from your car to your lawnmower, uses a carburetor to regulate the mixture of gasoline and air that enters the engine. Over time the carburetor can become clogged with dirt, grass, and other debris and generally wear down, causing the air/fuel ratio to become out of sync. When this happens, the engine will not run optimally – or at all. A damaged carburetor or one in need of maintenance can cause the engine to overheat and over-consume, which can lead to permanent engine damage.
Ryobi carburetor adjustment tool. Featuring a “pac-man” socket, this tool allows for the adjustment of the carburetor on most Ryobi, Homelite, and select brands of chainsaws and trimmers. You can determine your carburetor type simply by looking at the screws found at the top of your carburetor and choosing the appropriate tool – in this case, there is a small divot into the socket which makes it unique. This tool is intended for dealers and repair shops with proper training in making adjustments to carburetors. Adjusting a carburetor requires some knowledge and experience with small engines – if you’re an individual, there are alternative options available for home use.
No matter what tools you need to get the job done, from a new carburetor adjustment tool for a Ryobi weedeater to full engine block
replacements, HL Supply delivers what you need. Visit our online store
today or call us at 855-456-4299 for assistance in choosing the right
products for your needs.