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I just removed gas tank, painted it and made sure everything was blocked so nothing got inside, hooked it up just the same way i took it off and now it wont start, any ideas I;m stumped

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Check you put the vacuum tube back on and its not leaking. this operates the fuel feed.

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Give it a try. It may be that the gas from the tank is restricted and can't refill the floats as fast as the engine needs. A second thought is the exhaust pipe. The bike will not run well if the exhaust is partly plugged up. Disconnect the exhaust and tick off the neighbors by going around the block without a muffler. The inside of the muffler may have collapsed when the welding was done.

Between the two solutions I think the exhaust is the more likely.
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