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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-10-2008, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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ok, I am going to marble today..
I just want to make sure I got the right hoses...
Here's the right side/front cylinder:


and the left side/rear cylinder:


put the marble in just at the end of each hose and I'm good right? and then adjust the air mix screws... Correct me if I am wrong, thanks!

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Shove the marrble into the hose and reconnect the hose. Adj. fuel mix and you should be okay.

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the hose doesn't want to come off to put the marble in.. Any ideas?

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Remove the clamp and then take a pair of pliers and without damaging the hose, twist the hose to break the seal. This should make it come a loose.

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where are the fuel mix screws located...are they the little straight blade screws that i see near the bottom on the carbs?
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where are the fuel mix screws located...are they the little straight blade screws that i see near the bottom on the carbs?
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You may have to remove the lead plugs that covers them so that you and I won't mess with them.

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yep, them are the ones, make sure you know how much you adjust them down to the 1/4 turn
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