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About a mile back on this thread, he said that he found the problem. Someone had loosened the cyl. head bolts.

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Does it start with a squirt of ether into the air intake? If so, I'd suggest a bad gasket betwen the carb and the engine. Or, a missing gasket.
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ive found the head bolts loosen on their own and need to be snugged upevery spring.. lucas
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