Re: Solved previous problems, all was good, more arose

Drake Abrahamsson /
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> You got a polish the inside brass Seat in carb or pop it out and

> d replace it with a replacement one that is either new or known not to

> leak, and you have to be careful doing that because there are a few

> different lengths for brass seats depending on the carburetor, it could

> be your float is no good either or set wrong too.

Okay yeah I skipped the polish step because I thought mine looked good lol I'll go back and do that. I couldn't find any replacement seats on treatland for a 14mm round Bing. I might remember hearing you have to replace the whole body if that happens?

Float is parallel with where the bowl sits when upside down, so I think that means it's set correctly? Or does the amount of gas that the float is closing at more important? The Travis tutorial video had him just setting it to perfectly flat when upside down but if there's a more proper way to do it, please educate me! I really want to get this right. The float floats too btw, checked that when I first took it out.

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