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    • gagvanman
      gagvanman replied to the thread Fuel in the oil sump.
      Thanks ozziedog, I forgot to add that I did set the float height to 8mm measured with my new fangled digital calliper. Also did check...
    • gagvanman
      gagvanman replied to the thread Fuel in the oil sump.
      Removed carbs and stripped down, fuel still in the bowls, needle valves not stuck but one of them did not have the retaining clip which...
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    • gagvanman
      As above, change the rear coupler as well.
    • gagvanman
      gagvanman replied to the thread Fuel in the oil sump.
      New 150 needle jets arrived today. Waiting for a break in the weather so I can remove the carbs and investigate.
    • gagvanman
      gagvanman posted the thread Fuel in the oil sump in Technical.
      Today I noticed a smell of petrol around my 71 bay. Checked al the usual stuff, fuel pipes connections etc. all dry. I pulled the...
    • gagvanman
      gagvanman replied to the thread Hex Bar Linkage.
      The Hex bar setup has nylon bearings at each end, also I think there is an adjustment for the end float of the bar. Check that this...
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      gagvanman replied to the thread Rear light lens seal.
      I don't know why you are finding these difficult, JK, Custom & Commercial, GSF to name a few all have these...
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      Also looking to do this. Had all the bits and pieces to complete for a year now, just never got round to doing it. Hoping to do it...
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      gagvanman replied to the thread Do your Kids love busses?.
      Our 2 boys were in there 30's when we got our bus in 2011. However, the reason We got a bus was because my youngest lad already had...
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      gagvanman replied to the thread Losing power going uphill.
      Good place to start would be by checking the valve lash, that could be the clacking sound you are getting. Also check timing. Need a...
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