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Old 11-07-2010, 07:56 AM
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Originally Posted by cbmontgo View Post
Hey Matt,

No, you can actually remove the jets with the carb on the vehicle. Just remove the two front bolts by the sight glass and get a long screwdriver to reach the jets way inside...
How do you get the jets to come out of the fuel bowl when the carburetor is installed on the engine? It's kinda hard to reach in that M10 hole with your fingers

And how do you get the jets back in and get them threaded properly? Is it something that a person just has to try and it'll work? Or is there a technique?
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