Senior MTF Member
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Vancouver, WA (the left coast)
Re: Leaking carburetor gasket - Um, help
That is what I was referring to. When I was cleaning the case at the solvent tank one of the machinists that works here, that used to drag race, helped me out and gave me a session of carburetor 101. I did get the brass seat out, I just needed a bigger screwdriver. When I put this back together the only parts that won't be replaced will be the float (which I am going to submerge in a container of water to see if there is a leak) the butterflies and shafts, and the high end needle assembly. So I am hoping to have everything back together tonight and ready to tryout tomorrow night.
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