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Carb Jet Cleaning Tool Honda Carburetor Wire Cleaner Set Motorcycle 14 WIRES

Beats using bread tie wire or guitar strings because these are stiffer.

There are others available cheaper, but they are torch tip cleaners and have cutting ridges on them. The ridges aren't a big problem, but the smallest wire with ridges, may not fit the pilot jet.

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Carb Jet Cleaning Tool Honda Carburetor Wire Cleaner Set Motorcycle 14 WIRES

Beats using bread tie wire or guitar strings because these are stiffer.

There are others available cheaper, but they are torch tip cleaners and have cutting ridges on them. The ridges aren't a big problem, but the smallest wire with ridges, may not fit the pilot jet.
Nice find, I'm in for a set at $4 shipped!

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Nice find, I'm in for a set at $4 shipped!
Cool. These can greatly reduce soak time needed to get the concrete out.

My torch cleaner wouldn't fit the pilot jet. The bread tie wire was flimsy, but I hammered the end into a blade shape, then jammed and twirled for 20 minutes, soaked again, rinse, repeat. I think these would have poked it right out.

Castrol Super Clean (full strength) is pretty good for soaking.

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Ice, did you find a better price? Have the link? Mine was $3.99 + $3.50 shipping.

Been doing a lot of different carbs lately, so it made sense for me.

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