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SERVICE NOTES FOR ALL MODEL "M" LINKERT CARBURETORS -ON HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES

These notes apply to carburetors which have been in service for some time and have become dirty ul of "crust" in the throttle barrel and are found to be difficult e adjusted properly. Usually the effect of excessive dirt or "crust' formation LlL carburetor throttle barrel, around the throttle disc and in the fuel mixture passageways is to cause the carburetor to have a lean spot off idle This crust should be removed, particularly when a lean spot comes in at speeds off idle up to 30 M.P.H. with the low speed (idle) adjustment set properly for idling._ The idle adjustment should not be set to the very lean side when checking this point, but to a point about five to ten notches rich from the setting where the engine dies from leanness.

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