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Pol xlt running lean on pto side. I changed all

Pol xlt running lean on pto side. I changed all seal/gaskets, blew 2 pistons. wtf

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I would jet the lean side up one jet size if the sled is running extremely lean. You can also adjust the needle up if you can without having to increase jet sizes.

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