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Carbs my carbs are leaking petrol out the overflow pipes some times she will just drip slowly then some times ill put a litre in it will of gone in a less than a minute it is a pain in the A*s

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This is an oldie need carb rebuilding new needle seats and check the floats for leaks ( put them in water see if they sink.
do a thorough carb cleaning job on them and you need to check specs for float level setting.

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