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    Uneven choke plates

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    I have inherited this 73 CB750 and I'm in the process of bringing it back to life. I bought the carb rebuild kit and have the carbs off. As I was operating the choke lever I noticed that only the #1 choke plate would bottom out, the others would not and kinda float loosely. Pretty sure they should bottom out as well!? Is there an adjustment for this?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Yes they all should close. Look on the linkages connecting the chokes...they are threaded for adjustment.

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    Thank ya...I will work on it.

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    that did it...thanks dirtdigger!

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    no problem

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