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Carburetor Slide Spring

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by LC4nicator, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. LC4nicator

    LC4nicator Certified Wino

    Joined:
    Jun 1, 2007
    Oddometer:
    551
    Location:
    Adelaide, South Australia
    Had to replace the adjustment screw and tube fitted to the top of the carby today.
    Ok it's not rocket science (and at risk of being labelled trivial) but I thought of this when I had to remove the throttle cable from the slide.
    In the past whenever I had to do this, I would bunch up the spring with one hand against the Carb top in order to push the cable end out.(Always a Pleasure)
    Today my flash of brilliance (relatively speaking) was to use two Twist Ties to keep the spring compressed which allowed me to concentrate soley on removing and subsequent refitting the cable itself.
    As I said, not earth shattering stuff but it may help someone out there.
    Happy Cabling!

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  2. Laromonster

    Laromonster Lean, mean pacifist machine

    Joined:
    Jun 28, 2004
    Oddometer:
    2,096
    Location:
    Behind you
    cool tip!an easy way to remove jet needle is to use a hemostat on the throttle cable , lift the spring slightly, slide the hemostat under it and lift.. clamp it on
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