Has anyone tried this fuelscrew "T" adjuster

Cool little tool. From what I can gather, it permanently presses onto the screw????

Anyont else want one? I'll order a couple and send one to you. They have a $25 minimum order and the "T" is only $16.

Email me :)



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I added a brass rod to my fuel screw and drilled a hole through the protruding end for a split ring. The ring comes out to allow the carb bowl to come off.


Sorry, I got so excited about the product. I ordered one already. I'll let everyone know how it works.

Norm the owner, said you just tap (hammer) it onto the fuel screw. I'm concerned if it'll stay on.


made a tool myself.

electricians screwdriver. chopped the handle off, grind a flat face & FIT A BLOCK CONNECTOR. then over the blade end i fitted a plug cap (the bit you throw away with a new plug) so that it couldn't slip off the screw head.


[This message has been edited by Taffy (edited 05-17-2001).]

I made a cheap adjuster for 1 cent. Cut a nail to one inch ,file the end you cut and crush the head of the nail in a vise.

A dremel will make this very fast and easy. Works great.


I'll take you up on that offer, however, I cannot locate your E-mail address. My address is flamed1@juno.com.

Thanks in advance,



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