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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: InezKY pop.600
I ain't Cindy but I did run into this once I tapped lightly on both sides of the u shaped piece to get the corrosion broken loose and wedged the pointed end of my voltage tester under the end away from the float and pulled on the other end with needle nose pliers and worked it back and forth like pulling a tooth,If you have a windshield pick (screwdriver handle and looks like a pigstail all curled up on the end and pointed)you can work it under the end away from the float and twist and pry on it .X2 on Fergy's advice on cleaning the seats,I got a set another shop had rebuilt, cough ,cough and one seat had a scratch that looked like a human hair and that side poured gas,I ended up replacing the whole center section,to fix it.
If you see it on my bike I did it
Current ride 05 1500 Classic FI
lovin' the new scoot
"When all is said and done,usually more is said than done" UNK
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XI waited patiently for the Lord; and he turned unto me, and heard my cry.