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Old 03-19-2010, 06:18 AM
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Just tap on the bowl w/ a screwdriver a few hundred times. The float'll let lose.
Thanks........it's the wifes bike. I'll fix it right.




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I was having trouble with my company van starting. . .the mechanics showed up with a rubber hammer. A few taps on the gas tank and she was as good as new! I just stood there and
The 'ol "shock the fuel pump" trick.
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We used to keep a larger crescent wrench in my Father in Laws boat. You could tighten nuts and rap on things good to dislodge them....carb bowl, starter, hydraulic pump for the outdrive.
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I was having trouble with my company van starting. . .the mechanics showed up with a rubber hammer. A few taps on the gas tank and she was as good as new! I just stood there and
A rubber hammer? Sissies.
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