My bike appears to be leaking few ounces of fuel after a ride. I'm 99% sure it's coming from my overflow from my float. I have already replaced the float pin and seat in the carb....any suggestions would be apricated.
Maybe your float is heavy, dirt and oxidation can weigh it down. I always clean them with a wire wheel on my Dremel. Another thing to check is for cracks in the brass overflow tube in the float bowl. You might also try raising the float level a bit.
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thank you so much for the info!..I did check the float for leaks when I replaced the pin. I didn't clean the float even thou it did look stained. They just looked so delicate I didn't want to mess with them. I will go back in and clean. thx again