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Gas leaking heavily from overflow tubes.

Gas tank is not too full. Bike is only six months old. Not riden much. Full tank will leak out in a matter of a day.

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    How can I fix the leak from the over flow tube from the gas tank?

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Sounds like the float is sticking open on the carb and its draining. You can try taking the carb off and opening the bottom up and checking for anything that may be creating resistance.

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If it's leaking from the carb,The float is sticking



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