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Old July 11th, 2011, 03:58 PM
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well i have an old choke cable that works, ive just been staring at the damn carb trying to figure out what needs to come off and how; and where exactlly to attach the cable. if anyone has one of these damn halfbreed carbs that has switched to a manual choke, could you put up a picture?.
spend $10 on the kit, it come with the cable connectors and bracket with nuts&bolts and a diagram
that shows you whats gotta come out of the old electric choke


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well bought the choke cable. drilled out the rivets on the old choke got it all in there and hooked up, and it seemed to run great, until i noticed that fuel was spraying EVERYWHERES..Shit, there was a small kink in the fuel line, and it cracked apperantly in hooking it back up. so next job, replace the metal line from the mechanical pump. and probablly the pump while im at it since its only 30 bucks.. ahh the joys of junk lol
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PS: check that choke setting to make sure it stays open (viabration = loose screws)
and it will take some getting used to in cold weather to get it to crank & stay ideling
if you've used a manual choke before you know what I mean
and dont forget to push it all the way in once your down the road


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