i wold recommend looking at each carb (one at a time).
take of the float cover and turn gas on. you can then use your finger to lift float. (if gas stops that one is good).
continue to do this to all four. (most times it's only one float dirty or stuck )
Boy could i use these - tired of always striping the screw and having to drill the heads off.
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had no oil in the clutch when cover has been removed, clutch plates were found to be stuck together,due to lack of oil. have pulled hte cklutch apart again and cleaning for reassembly. going to be checking all lines to assure no clogs (oil pump seems ok)
Note purchased two parts bikes same...
same here, fill tank with sta-bll run the bike for a little while to get the treated gas into the system. Then shut off gas and run the bike (Carbs) to they are fully drained (using the choke at the end to assure no gas remaining). using this method I have never had a problem. don't worry...
Good morning, on my 72 had to replace the clutch a couple years back and had no problem, everything worked fine bike has sat for a while started it off and on but not riding it, noticed my clutch was not working correctly and decided to investigate. I pulled the cover off and noticed little...