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I'v Cleaned the carb real good checked the neddle seat and it looks new but I can't get the float adjusted right and the gas keeps coming out the over flow tube?

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Adjust the tab upwards just a tad should be 19mm from the surface off the carb to the top off the float with the float just touching the inlet fuel valve basically with carb at an angle I'v Cleaned the carb real - 3ccd62e.jpg

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