So I made a post a week or so back saying my carb was pouring gas out of the overflow hoses after being ran or sometimes just the gas turned on. Here is what we did this past week.. • Ordered a new float needle (OEM yamaha)• Installed new float needle• Cleaned carb out with carb cleaner• Hose coming from bottom of bowl was CAKED full of mud about 4-5”. Cleared that out. After that: Problem stopped at 1st, ran it around the yard a few times getting on it, etc., stopped to check on it and it started POURING out again. So now we are thinking the float possibly has a hole in it (according to local yamaha dealer mechanic) and that if it does the float wont close and gas will continue to pour through. • Ordered new floats (OEM yamaha) Its like a “hit or miss” issue. It does it every little bit. We took a handle of a screwdriver and tapped the carb and it stops for a little. I brought the idea up that since it is cold where i live and temps are crazy right now, the rubber on the float needle gets hard and doesn’t set completely until warmed up? I researched all i could and heard some people have this issue in winter while in summer they never have a problem. If anyone who has had this same issue, please give me suggestions or a fix to this.