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I've never seen anything like that in any carb I've torn down. Might be worth fueling up somewhere else to see if it changes. I have had pretty good luck using seafoam in my fuel-Keeps the water out, supposedly cleans, and is a stabilizer.I do not understand what is in my carburetor. When it is in the carb bowl its like a 1/4" layer of brown slimy oatmeal. I piled it on a board and it turned to a fine gray powder that reminds me of cement mix, a very fine powder. This is the third time, however I have not done the entire system at once before.
I would not be surprised if it was gas soluble and went thru the filter.
Greatly appreciated sir. Truck's ETA is around noon tomorrow, expect pictures.Well, Yeller is on the way to her new home in Wyoming with Carboarius. A couple spare front axle shafts found their way in the back before it left. I have a spare radiator and several more parts that will find a way out west in a few weeks...
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