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Choke and Throttle Springs

I just tore apart my carb and rebuilt it without paying attention to how the springs on the choke linkage and throttle were set. I've read just a couple of threads that are saying the springs need to be "loaded". Does anyone have any pictures as to how they're supposed to go on the carbs? I'm a first timer on the carb rebuild so any suggestions, techniques or pictures would be great. I watched the rebuild videos from Roach and that all went really smooth but now the hard part is getting them back in. thtanner posted some pics on the choke cable which will be useful once I get them back in. So any help would be great.
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Take a look at Roach's videos the sticky at the top of this sub-fourm.

https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=19660

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I watched the rebuild videos from Roach and that all went really smooth but now the hard part is getting them back in.
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Take a look at Roach's videos the sticky at the top of this sub-fourm.
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LOL. Yeah, did that. I figured out the choke spring. Now it's on to the "throttle spring" (not sure what to call it) I removed it when I pulled the carb not knowing that i didn't really have to.
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