sprintexec wrote: Getting them back looks like being a bit of a pig but that will come later after I've delved into the float chambers...
virgilmobile wrote:Great job.
As always,I still recommend testing them before you put them back on.
Pre-sync,fuel leaks,hose condition,accelerator pump,slide action,etc.
Also,look at the vacuum line under the rubber mat.It usually gets poorly at the 90* bends.
Easier to replace those now while the carbs are out.
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