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01-12-2021 11:37:19

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Still tinkering with this carb and looking for wire small enough yet stiff enough to work. I read your reply about guitar strings. I have 2 electrics and an acoustic. I just happened to have these in a drawer ! Seem to work good where torch tip cleaners arenít long enough ! To be honest using guitar strings never dawned on me ! Thanks for the tip !

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01-12-2021 17:40:00

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 Re: Hey Guido in reply to 300jk, 01-12-2021 11:37:19  
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Hello Guido. So can you play any tunes while cleaning carbs?

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01-12-2021 18:25:10

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 Re: Hey Guido in reply to bc, 01-12-2021 17:40:00  

Yep! I can carry a tune or two.
Harmonica and Accordion,


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01-12-2021 12:05:10

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 Re: Hey Guido in reply to 300jk, 01-12-2021 11:37:19  
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Sometimes you got to think out of the box,


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01-12-2021 11:38:26

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01-12-2021 12:09:23

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 Re: Hey Guido in reply to 300jk, 01-12-2021 11:38:26  

I went to the local music store and got some. My brother in-law gave me some too!
I made a loop on one end, easy as pie,



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01-12-2021 14:41:45

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 Re: Hey Guido in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 12:09:23  
Take a vice grip and pluck a wire out of a hand steel brush. It is very stiff and i have used this many times before on small engine carbs. Although it may not be long enough for yours.

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