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    785 PRO carbs off?

    What is the easiest way to get down to the reeds?
    take carbs off first with the 6 nuts or take the manifold off with all the little cap nuts with the cabs attached?

    then same way back on?
    thanks,


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    yup carbs,then maifold

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    After fogging at the end of last year, it was a bear to start, it really put out a lot of black goo in the grass after it did start, I was told to check the reeds, they are fine, now that I have the carbs off I am going to have open them up and see how the diaphrams look,
    It was pretty easy getting everything off,
    Trying to put the carb nuts back on looks to be tough,

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    ... Trying to put the carb nuts back on looks to be tough,
    Make sure all the bolt/stud/nut threads are clean and smooth turning. Use a thread tap and die if necessary to clean them up.

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    pull the water box out it gives you more room because that big hose will move up under the hull more then

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    thanks,

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    Lugs is 100% correct.. Been there Done that..

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    Does this go for a sl650 as well?

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    650/750/780 uses the same procedure, but does not have the large exhaust hose that can be moved out of the way.

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    am safe in assuming that the only way to get the carbs off is by loosening the bolts from the bottom? they seem pretty tough to get to

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