Forgive me for asking but do you have the fuel urned on at the sediment bowl valve? I have taught myself that a tractor will not run if the valve is closed. I try really hard to shut off all fuel on my gas tractors when they are parked.
I don't know if the 60 has one on it but on my dads 2010 there is a carburetor fuel inlet elbow and strainer assembly that plugged. Fuel comes out the line but that plugged strainer prevents it from getting into the carb. Just a thought for your consideration
I will add, Make sure your float needle is not sticking or stuck in there. Sometimes those new float needles are prone to stick. I have had to change back to my old float needle, because the new one would stick, and cut off the gas, once the float pushed it closed on one carb i have.
This makes go back to the carb rebuild.
If it would start with gas put in the cylinder and not with either sprayed in the intake.
Don't take this the wrong way, but I've known of it happening.
Did you stuff a rag in the intake deep enough outta sight to keep things out and then forget about it?
What about air leaks where the carb mounts?
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