Need help in unsticking a carb slide

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  1. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    I have a 1968 Honda s65 with a keihin carburetor the throttle slide is stuck in the carb body ..Tried PB Blaster soaked it various liquids Pine Sol , purple power, etc stuck in there and doesnt budge,,
    Any ideas ?? or where to get one at a reasonable price ???

    looking for a keihin carb for a 1968 Honda s 65 slide is stuck in carb,,,
    Carb part #
    16100-035-681
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    I restored a TR6 triumph and the Amal was in the same condition. Nothing worked. Ended up purchasing a new carb.
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    Pine-Sol soak. Heat it.
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    Another inmate suggested lawyer thinner .. it worked
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    how caustic is THAT crap?
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    oops laquer thinner
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    ATF and acetone mix maybe?
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    Had the same problem with the exact same carburetor. Loosened it up with a little heat from the wife's hairdryer, scraped out the dried up varnish, and was good to go.
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    oops Laquer thinner worked..... Lawyer not so much
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