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    Arrow Carb

    Whats the best way to take the 650s carbs off and or reed containers or whatever there called

    Getting away from the party...
    I was also looking around and found that both BOTH return lines were broken AND the restrictor was missing


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    Clayton


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    Clayton, I bought craftsman stubby racheting combo wrenches. 10 and 12 mm. They do the trick for me. Some say buy cheap combo wrenches and cut them into stubbies. Place a towel under the carbs against engine and hull to retrieve any tools or hardware that may fall. They will be lost till ya pull the engine if you don't have something to catch them. Reach over from the port side and pull the carb nuts with the 12mm. There are 2 nuts per carb. Once the carbs are out, its easy to pull the intake and reeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katz1002 View Post
    ...found that both BOTH return lines were broken...
    both return lines?

    There's more than one?

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    well the one connecting carb 3 to 2 and 2 to 1 sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflight View Post
    Clayton, I bought craftsman stubby racheting combo wrenches. 10 and 12 mm. They do the trick for me. Some say buy cheap combo wrenches and cut them into stubbies. Place a towel under the carbs against engine and hull to retrieve any tools or hardware that may fall. They will be lost till ya pull the engine if you don't have something to catch them. Reach over from the port side and pull the carb nuts with the 12mm. There are 2 nuts per carb. Once the carbs are out, its easy to pull the intake and reeds.
    Star get a good telescoping magnet. It'll pick up the nuts and tools that slide under the engine.

    The SS nuts have just enough iron to keep them magnetic. I used mine tonight as a matter of fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    both return lines?

    There's more than one?
    I'm with him ^^^^^

    How about a pic?

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    Well i really dug into the motor today in the texas weather one reed is chipped another one wont aparantly seal and the rest are just fine the PTO cylinders reed basket was COVERED in water oily jizz (MORE!!! when will it be cleaned out)

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