Question about 1985 Honda XR 250 R
Dealing with moving parts can be difficult to work with. My first recommendation would be to remove the carb if you havent done so yet. If you have removed it. I would recommend getting carb cleaner. Put the carb in some sort of bucket or container just big enough for the carb to fit in it. This will be something you will want to throw away after. Once the carb is in the container you can then spray it down and leave the carb soaking in there. If that doesnt work, you can also try to soak the carb in container full of gas to help loosen up the moving parts.
There is also a product called PB Blaster that works wonders on stuck parts. Feel free to give that a shot as well.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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