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Old 02-04-2016, 12:04:05 PM
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Hello I have a 4 hp ottawa dragsaw engine without its carb and have had no luck finding another one. My question is if all ottawa carbs are the same when it came to their throttle governed engines. Because if so I can use my cousins carb as a recast model. Thanks for the help sincerely chris.
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i think I my have a crab for your engine and some more parts
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What other parts do you have and couldn't send a pic of the carb? That would be awsome if you did
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There were two sizes of the throttler carbs. 1.5 and 2hp were smaller
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send me your e-mail and I can send u pictures
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Thanks dan my cousins ottawa I'd also a 4 hp bit that is good to know about the 1 and 2 hp
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