Well... I have to tell you Ron.. as simple as those instructions are... I do believe that a lot of people are overwelmed by them anyway.
And the more details you put in the more likely they are to stop reading.
Many young people want 5 word answers to everything.
I have tried to help a few here and it was obvious that they didn't read the answer.
The point cam location and the point of not using too much grease are both hard to get across
I have never personally had a float that didn't float.
Since the point gap sets the timing, I would rather tell them to get the timing right...and let the gap fall where it may.
However.. for ease of simplicity and understanding, telling them to set the point gap may be clearer ...(and forget the timing)
I've never seen a jet smaller than a bristle....but. maybe ??
Wire brush bristles are .010" to .015" dia. (that I found)
I agree with the wet and dry paper (which is what I use, but i didn't think to say it)
I agree with the vacuum petcock and high pressure air.
Have to delete that.