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Old 08-31-2014, 11:07 AM
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What is the correct float height? do i bend it higher or lower in the bowl?
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Sorry, for the late response. The paperwork that came w/ my carb says 3/8 gap, 1 1/4" drop. Remember don't bend the arm/use the tab. Also, if you turn the carb upside down, small parts "WILL" fall out.
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