Re: 77 Garelli Fuel Trouble I think

Joe Woods /
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bikes that have been sitting around for a while collect crap in the tank, lines, and carb... flakes of rust, dried fuel varnish.. Then you buy the thing bounce it around and it runs great until some of this crap breaks loose and clogs something up.

i wouldn't worry about you messing something up. That entire fuel system, from the gas cap to the intake manifold should be cleaned.. screens.. filters , lines.. everything..

REmove the carb and clean that too if you have to. You might not have to since often times a screen or filter in front of the carb has clogged and stopped the flow of fuel.

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