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    Carb reinstallation problem. . . . .

    Here are some pictures of my carb. This is my second time utting them back in the ski ever, so i'm not very knowledgeable yet, anyways. Do you see anything wrong becaue when i try and put them back in the ski i can not get the holes to line up. Its like i have something on wrong?? I can't figure it out!!!: Thanks:Oliver

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    Are you putting them in with the synch bar on the top or on the bottom?

    Not tying to be funny. I just do not see anything wrong with your carbs so I can not think of why they would not go on.

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    The throttle cable is not hooked up right. it 'sits' inside the "hole" it's currently jammed up against so the calbe lies inside the drum correctly.

    I really can't see any other problems off hand

    What the HECK is with all the fiberglass reinforced water lines and the water manifold they run from. looks nice but those lines are always a bitch to keep tight with clamps, because they don't compress and allow the clamp to do it's job

    TLR

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    Yeah the sync bar is on the bottom. . . oh ok i'll fix the throttle cable!! Hmmm i just don't get it. . . when i try and put them in the wholes wont line up anymore.

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    Ok, that is correct too.

    They are a PITA to get on with the pipe on so what I do is to slide the bolts in and slip the gaskets on and push them up to the carbs (they will come down, but patience is key, not that I have any...).

    Then slip the carbs down to the vicinity and nurse the bolts into the holes (Noah style, two by two). Once they are in the whole she-bang should just slide right up to the reed covers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLR View Post
    What the HECK is with all the fiberglass reinforced water lines and the water manifold they run from. looks nice but those lines are always a bitch to keep tight with clamps, because they don't compress and allow the clamp to do it's job

    TLR
    Leave my hoses alone lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLR View Post
    What the HECK is with all the fiberglass reinforced water lines and the water manifold they run from. looks nice but those lines are always a bitch to keep tight with clamps, because they don't compress and allow the clamp to do it's job

    TLR
    I'm with TLR on the plastic hoses. Unlike rubber, if these get hot, they melt, then they pop off.

    The only difference between yours and mine is that on yours the mounting plate is 180* rotated from mine. Not sure how that would affect yours, but mine fit OK.
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    Anybody know where I can get a throttle pulley?

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    Hmmmm

    yeah this just isn't making any sense. The other two times they went in no problem? It's likesomething got warped or miss shaped. But I don't see how that would have happened. Keep the ideas coming I'll figure it out eventually LOL

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    Since I'm dogging on hoses today, Whats with those hoses krunch are they burnt?

    Dan, kool water manifold, wht was up with that? a twin pipe setup?

    TLR

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