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Bike leaks gas from a tube between the carbs

I thank it hase a stuck floot but not shure it has bin siting for one year
if it is the flot ideas for how to un stick it it is alot of work to pull the carbs this is a 1983 goldwing aspincade 1200

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Either the float is stuck or the gas set up sticking the float valve in the open position. The best fix is to take the carbs off and apart, but if you are not easy with that, sometimes Seafoam in the tank will dissolve the old gas if ti's not too bad

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