Twice a year, there is a big trail ride at Loretta Lynn's ranch here in TN. It is a great ride and lot's of fun, but I am cursed every time I ride there. I've had a YZ-250F jump timing when I was headed down for sound check, and then the stator went out right at the end of the weekend. Last fall, on my YZ 250, I made one loop of the main trail and my front wheel bearings blew up. This weekend, with the same YZ 250, I made one loop of the main then camp back to camp to switch out my plastic to my set with the bigger tank. Got that done, turned on the petcock, and fuel starts pouring out of my carb overflow line. What the heck!!!! How does a carb go from not leaking any, to pouring out fuel when I didn't touch it?? Spent several hours screwing with the carb trying to get it to start working right. Everything looked fine inside, but it still kept on leaking. I managed to get a few rides in by only opening the petcock a little bit, instead of all the way. Now that I'm home I can clean the bike up and tear the carb apart (again) to properly figure this stupid thing out. I hate having to work on the dirty bike while at a ride. Floats looked good, played around with float height to no avail, blew out the fuel lines, blew in the fuel line while pushing the floats up to verify it was sealing.....just can't figure it out. Really crazy how it went from 0 leak to a full downpour just like that. I'll take any suggestions of places to check for issues. I did check the tip of the float needle and it looks fine.