So, in the quest to fix the poor idle/stalling of my rhino 660, I've decided to break down the carb. I cannot, for the life of me, get the brass phillips head screws out to take the thing apart. I'm about to strip the head if I use more force. Never had this problem on a carb before. Ideas?
I'm assuming you're talkn about the zinc plated float bowl screws?? you take a chisel,flat blade and tap it in the loosening direction and they will bust loose, had to do it a ton of times and then replace the screws with new ones...some take a bunch of force but the chisel digs in and knocks them loose...the chisel should be up and down on the screw head,pararell with the length of the screw..