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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure it isn't a cable acutated disk brake. If it is, it is possible to adjust some slack into it. If the brake is indeed hydraulic, you wont be able to adjust it. A lack of brake fluid wouldn't cause the brake to drag. You could check for return springs and make sure the pads are seated into the caliper correctly. You could even disassemble the brake and use brake grease on the sliding parts. If the drag is very slight, I wouldn't worry about it; the drag will disappear within the first few miles especially if you use the brakes.
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
Easy fix. Take the intake flexible pipe from the gas tank and drain out the fuel. .Then remove the carburetor bowl. Used compressed air to clean. Remove the spark plugs individually an blow compressed air back through the pistons. Add a starting accelerant to dry the heads. Add new gas with a clean up solution for the gas. start and run. Fare well.
Posted on Jul 07, 2014
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