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It's not hard,

But, there is a spring underneath that will go flying out......... across your garage if you aren't careful.

It's not a powerful spring so it's easy to hold in place. Just be aware that it's there.



Also the diaphragm that's underneath has a small loop. It fit's over a vacuum port. Make sure that it is in the right place when you put it back together.



The cover has a small recess on the edge near one of the screws. Make sure it lines up over the loop and the vacuum port. These three things have to line up or the slider won't slide.



Lastly, but not least, if the slide is old, the rubber diaphragm is probably well broken in and it will just lay in place. But when you put the spring back in and push the cover on, it will push the diaphragm out of position. You might have to take off the intake pipes, and stick your finger in and hold the slider in mid position to keep the diaphragm in place when you put the cover on.

The 1500 carbs are different, but the slider set up is mostly the same...checkoutthe first two pictures on this page:

http://www.hrot.org/martino/carb/carb3.htm
 
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