: Carb cleaning
schnowz at localnet.com
Fri Oct 12 15:36:09 PDT 2007
No need to remove the carbs to check the float level.
A clear plastic tube attached to the bowl drain and bent in a U aginst the
carb body will tell you the level in each carb.
> I removed my carbs today to check the float level and thought that while
> they are out I will clean them real good as well. I also got to thinking
> that it might be good to replace the main jet and needle too since I
> assume the originals are still in there. What do you think? Do jets and
> needles wear out over time? Is there anything else I should do while I
> have them apart?
> Jeff M
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