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    Sedalia Mo. (LOZ)

    Ultra 150 Carb Cleaning?

    Hi guys, couple of questions on my Carbs, the ski is an 01 with 140 hours and as far as I know has never had the carbs apart.... I had the motor rebuilt last summer and the ski ran great all season, plugs were nice and chocolate brown. So I guess my question is should I take the carbs off and clean them or rebuild them? Or just leave them be? Since I've had no issues with them and kept the fuel filters changed... Don't want to take them apart and risk messing them up if it's unnecessary... Any advice would be appreciated, thanks
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    MO. Mark Twain, LOTO
    If it was me I would take them apart inspect and Clean the filters, if there is deposits from Ethenol on any components then rebuild it, wd-40 and carb cleaner is your friend when rebuilding or just cleaning carbs, If you have to rebuild be sure to wd parts and wrap them till kit comes in. just my 2 cents

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