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Gas poors out the over flow

My bike would't start after siting for a month, i got it started, went up the driveway and it died and gas started to poor out. do u think its the float?

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Yes anytime in my experience gas coming out of the overflow means float is stuck, sometimes you can tap the carb with the handle of a screwdriver and get it to work, but usually it requires a carb rebuild

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