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the needle is the bit with a rubber insert at the pointy end
the other end has a hollow drilled in it
into this end a spring will go then a small plunger with a weal spring attached to the end
put the assembled needle into the body and place the bent section of the spring on the needle over the tang of the float arm ( small bit bent down and back on the float arm
position the float arm and push the pivot pin through the bady and the float arm ends and to the other side of the body
the action of the float as the fuel vibrates is absorber by the weak spring holding the needle plunger to the float
If you cannot under stand this then get any book with a carby
section and you will see from the diagram how to put it together
90% of carbys will have the same set up so the manual doesn't have to be specific for your job.
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
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