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    Hey guys, I got 1 for ya .. I was lettin a buddy borrow a carb and I got it back and won't be usein it for a while .. What is the best way to store a carb so its not all messed up when I go to use it again ??? I was thinkin to take it apart and get all the gas out of it and let it air dry and spray it down real good with the same fogger I use to store the motors .. Any ideas ???? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNYoungblood View Post
    Hey guys, I got 1 for ya .. I was lettin a buddy borrow a carb and I got it back and won't be usein it for a while .. What is the best way to store a carb so its not all messed up when I go to use it again ??? I was thinkin to take it apart and get all the gas out of it and let it air dry and spray it down real good with the same fogger I use to store the motors .. Any ideas ???? Thanks
    Sounds like a plan, maybe crean them out good with Gumout spray before you fog them to get any varnish out.

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    i use stabil 2 stroke fogger, after draining of course. if im at work i use wd40, really anything not to volatile will keep the pump diaphrams from hardening you'd think

    Dare to be different, if it turns out great you can claim you planned it that way.

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    Thanks guys

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