Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Casper, WY
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Well, I dove a little deeper into the carb after I washed all of the mud off. It turns out the float was still sticking. Apparently the gas was never drained outta the carb when it was put on the trailer 3 years ago and all the old fuel gummed up.
I took the float apart and cleaned everything really well with carb clean, blew out the jets with compressed air, and reassembled everything.
Bike started right up, would idle (after playing with the idle screw a bit), and ran a whole lot better.
RIP: 1996 F-250 X-Cab Long Bed
Now: 2006 Ram 2500 CC SB SLT 6 Speed