newbernbears

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About newbernbears

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    North Carolina
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    motorcycles, cars, beach trips,boating,camping
  1. What part of NC? I am in New Bern
  2. Best looking crf I ever saw
  3. I'd inspect needle and seat, needle may be stuck
  4. Seafoam is good after you clean the carb. It would not loosen up the crud for me. $9.99/pint There are free manuals on here somewhere, 03-05, same process of cleaning for 06
  5. plug along dudes i tried
  6. Nada kbb
  7. thank you! Tires are tires sidewalls are sidewalls physics is physics force = ma I would not even plug/patch/repair a sidewall on a bicycle, you guys do what you want, but remember the ABC's of safety... ALWAYS BE CAREFUL be blessed
  8. If problem is their fault, they should take care of it, unless your receipt says otherwise.
  9. Sidewalls are not repairable and it would be unsafe and dumb to try.....I sold 500 tires per week 5 years, we patched tires, never plugged, never sidewall of anything....be safe
  10. Good point......you could unhook battery each night, if it still goes down, it is bad. Yuasa batteries are best IMO. Battery should read one volt higher when running, if rectifier is working.
  11. 1.Honda 2.Yamaha 3.Kawasaki 4.Suzuki
  12. Pulled carb off today, second go around. Dissasembled main jet and cleaned, properly installed plastic slosh gizmo. Bike runs perfectly! THANKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!