Question about ATVs
Posted by Anonymous on
If you are talking about the float bowl screws. Use a fine hacksaw and cut straight across the screw head, then you can use a flat blade screwdriver to remove after soaking with penetrating oil.
If you are talking about the idle or air mixture screws these sometimes have o rings and need a little air pressure to get them out.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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