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- Aftermarket replacement carburetor
- Honda GCV160 Replacement Carb Carburetor HRB216 HRR216 HRS216 HRT216 HRZ216
- Will not work on auto return choke
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**Try not to let engines sit with gas in the carbs if you can help it. Either start the engine and let them run a minute or two to flush the carb ever couple of weeks, or cut off the gas (assuming you have an on/off dial for the fuel) and let the gas remaining in the carb burn until the engine runs out of gas.
I'd buy this again in a heartbeat if I ever have a carburator problem that is not fixed by simply removing or tapping on the float bowl. Anything more than that and it is worth the $20 (~$17 now) to me to just get a new carb versus wasting time troubleshooting.
This replacement was an exact match. I bolted right up and fired up on the second pull.
The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that gaskets were not included. I couldn't find any locally (at least not easily) and had to make my own. Not big deal, but the gaskets have to be replaced so why not include them for an extra buck?
Install on my Husqvarna lawn mower with honda 1600cc engine.
Mower starts with one pull and with lots of power.
Be sure to replace spark plug at same time to ensure optimum operation.
Shopped around and found this item. The information indicated that it was oem also, as in Honda manufacture. It was in fact made in China by a different company that my original carb, the casting was significantly different, etc, but I went ahead and mounted it anyhow. And it worked great for about one half my yard. Lucky I did the front yard first. Flooded the motor so badly there was gas dripping out of the exhaust.
So I did what I should have done to start with and took the whole mess to a good friend who runs a small engine shop. He put my old carb through an ultrasound bath, reassembled it and now the mower runs like new through four cuttings in my mid sized yard. He told me it sounded like the float had stuck open on the replacement, but on the positive side, the Chinese knockoffs look better than they used to. I got a chuckle out of that. Anyhow, four hours of driving and $65 later, my mower runs again, good as new. Planning to send the carb back to recover some of it.
I really don't feel good about leaving a bad review, and in hindsight, I could have called for a replacement, but my grass REALLY needed cutting.
EDIT: Took another look at the website after posting this review and found the carb was not advertised as oem. My bad. All else is accurate.
EDIT #2: Asked for a refund through the Amazon website and received a response from Rod at Outdoor Power Deals first thing the next morning. He wanted to know what the problem was, and promised to issue a refund right away. Thanks, Rod!
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