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Carb adjustment After rebuilding the carb the truck started idled high and then eventually stalled like it flooded out, I need to know if anyone knows how many turns the needle valves are supposed to be turned out, right now they are both at 3 full turns thanks for your help

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    they adjustment is best idle speed and then turn lean 1/4 turn.

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You start by turning your idle jets all the way in then turn them out 1 1/2 turns start the truck and adjust fron that point

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