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that were so junky they sold the bike, no shop would work on them.

The float pins never did come out. I oiled them and they loosened up, and work fine. used some carb cleaner and all the jets were open, so I am sure it will run the way it is, I will soak it in seafoam a few times before I install them.





 

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Wow! Polished float bowls. First for me. The carbs look good.
 

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well I have a stationary buffer and some time today, am doing the set for my sons 75 tomorrow. I may even do a spare set to sell. cool chrome throttle rods! OEM Limited!!

I may take these off this winter and smooth and polish the air plenum and cut off valve too
 

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Those look good. They look like mine the ones on my 82. While I am rebuilding the bike, if it is aluminum and I took it off the bike, it got polished including the front transmisson cover. I thought about doing the plenum, but it's to hard to see so I didn't polish it.
 
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