So my 1984 Evinrude 70 that I’ve had for 10 years now has always given me an eye dropper full of fuel in the well the morning after I use the boat. I’d never really worried about it, but a few weeks back I noticed the fuel lines were seeping when I pumped the bulb, and it wouldn’t stay hard. I replaced all the lines and Ts on the fuel and primer lines, no seeping, and the bulb stays hard. Now I’m down to 1/2 an eye dropper of fuel in the well. Ideas? Is this just inevitable? I replaced the hose from the bottom of the manifold too, no obvious signs of where it’s coming from. The motor runs perfect so I hate to do anything different than I’ve always done, but I’m tempted to try and unplug the fuel line and run it dry when I come up on the trailer, I’m thinking that would solve the issue with the few drops, but introduce other issues running it dry. Thoughts?