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#11606175 - 05/16/16 02:26 PM Carb Maintenance Advice
IKELEVI Offline
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Registered: 04/23/13
Posts: 194
Loc: Lavon, Tx
I got my carbs cleaned, put back together and back on. Any tips for keeping them from gumming up between trips and the off season? Something to spray in them or anything.

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#11606185 - 05/16/16 02:31 PM Re: Carb Maintenance Advice [Re: IKELEVI]
redchevy Online   content
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Registered: 01/25/05
Posts: 7044
Loc: texas
Run a stabilizer.

Run it often enough to not gum them up.

Should be able to drain the carb bowl by removing correct screw.

Old school and not a good idea for oil injected motors, but we burned the gas out of ours for years with no ill effects.

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#11606225 - 05/16/16 02:51 PM Re: Carb Maintenance Advice [Re: IKELEVI]
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Add Sea Foam to your fuel.
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