Do I really need it

deacon

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On my chainsaw bike, I relocated the gas tank, so I had to run new lines. I think I have about got the leaks stopped, but I'm not sure the squeeze bubble is going to work. Since I relocated the tank higher than the carb and I'm not going to be turning it around, do I really need the squeeze tube. Can I just run a line and bypass it completely.

Somebody should know the answer to this one.
 
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deacon

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All day and I'm no farther than I was before.

I rerouted the throttle control today and it was a mess to do and redo. Now I have to do something with the choke control. Im going to toss the the string starter. I hangs up every time I pull it. If it won't drag start it is going in the trash.

However is the point at which I am not beat, merely humiliated.
 

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Deacon Hang In There. The Rope Start Is Nice To Warm It Up If You Can Release The Friction Drive. I Raced Late Model Stock Car For 20 Plus Years. I Always Said - The Race Is Won In The Garage. If The Car Isn`t Rite You May As Well Stay Home. Norman, You Said You Are A Mechanic By Trade. I Thought That Gasket Punch Set Looked Elegant For Motor Bikes.