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Old 01-01-2011, 01:18 AM   #81 (permalink)
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I tried to get carb. off but no luck. I had all the hoses that went to it off. I believe the choke and the throttle cables were holding it in. The throttle cable was inside a brass tube bolted to the top of the carb.Do I have to remove the tank? The manual shows to take the cover off and remove the cable. If I see this correct at some point you have to remove the brass tube?
I did on my '85 four trax 250.
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