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    carb and wave eater question?

    ok so i have installed my clips but the coupler on the out side should i leve the stock plastic spacer or no just the spring??

    and now my carbs the paint is peeling
    how do i egt the rest of the paint off so i can paint them to make them nice?
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    plastic off, just the spring. Use a air gun to get the paint off.

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    i tried but thats all that came off
    any other ideas??

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