Bing Carb Tools?

Is there a special tool set for Bing carburetor atomizers and jets?

I had a nice sized screw driver, but still managed to much my jet. The atomizer is recessed in a small hole. It would be nice to have a tool that fits in there and allows the atomizer to be removed with the jet, and then be able to nicely loosen the jet without bodging it.

Re: Bing Carb Tools?

Almost 100% sure it’s 5.5mm (maybe 5mm) socket to remove atomizer and then unscrew jet when atomizer is out.

Re: Bing Carb Tools?

> Sir Clip Wrote:

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> Almost 100% sure it’s 5.5mm (maybe 5mm) socket to remove atomizer and

> then unscrew jet when atomizer is out.

I think your right but it's a thin wall socket.

Re: Bing Carb Tools?

> Jeff Parr Wrote:

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> > Sir Clip Wrote:

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> > Almost 100% sure it’s 5.5mm (maybe 5mm) socket to remove atomizer and

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> > then unscrew jet when atomizer is out.

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> I think your right but it's a thin wall socket.

Exactly why they invented grinders and belt sanders and ... LOL

Seriously , I have made thin walled sockets using those^ tools .

But , you have to oil the 'new' sockets before you put them away . They have a tendency to rust , once the chrome or other outer coating is removed .

Re: Bing Carb Tools?

Richard Eberline /

1/4 drive 5mm socket 6 point

Re: Bing Carb Tools?

Try a hobbie shop, I seem to remember having a thin wall t-handle that i picked up for carb stuff back when.

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