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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-01-2017, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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If you're able to get the leak under control without pulling the carb bank, you might try some Sea Foam in the fuel. That will help clean the insides of the carb. Always a good idea to keep things tiddy


I have a fresh bottle of Sea Foam ready and a gallon of VP Fuel C12 mixed with high-premium waiting to run trough it ASAP


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Sadly, that was not the quick fix I was hoping for, but not surprised. When I blew air through the gas line, the “air flow” was much greater on the troublesome side - to the point that I wonder if a drain screw didn’t get lost somewhere along the way.
Tonight, it goes up on “The Operating Slab”


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Nice work table, might look a putting a Condor wheel chock on the front there, they work great for keeping the bike upright.

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Nice work table, might look a putting a Condor wheel chock on the front there, they work great for keeping the bike upright.


Yeah, that one works fine for the CB750, but The ‘Wing wasn’t even on the radar when I built it back in the spring


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“The Operating Slab”

That is a sweet setup. Wonder if I can build one for my trike?

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I don’t see why not...
I kept the math simple on mine to make the lumber count easy - all 2x4x96, one sheet plywood, decking screws, and eyebolts for tie down points.
16in High
36in Wide
96in Long
Just adjust for width in the back and you’d be all set.


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