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When i start my 2005 royal star venture it leaking fuel, coming from top of carbs under gas tank, what could be causing this problem, it does not do it all the time

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Stuck floats!...purchase a can of Sea Foam from any Autostore pour in about a third of a can per every 2 gals of fuel.. and then you must ride it for a least 30 miles to let it work through the fuel system, also obviously check the main fuel line hose feed for secure connections to the carbs..i had a bad fuel leak once and it was pouring out fast, it ended up being a bad rubber gasket going one side of the fuel tee connection.

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