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My 2004 250 rebel runs only with choke out. the gas has been in there for a yr. had a tune up last year oill change etc i did not use it after that same gas how do i drain it out

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Just remove the drain plug on the float bowl and duct the gas into a can or whatever. Please rate my answer.

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