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Bike wont start

My carb was aleady causing my bike to cut out and bog. Then the last ride we went on the other day it died on me in the middle of the ride and i still cant get it started???

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  • Mel Jacobson
    Mel Jacobson May 11, 2010

    Not sure what the question is,,,, but - it sounds like your gonna hafta
    pull it, clean and rebuilt it

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Clean the carbs!

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