Ayuh,... Very carefully,..... After ya remove All the stuff that's in yer way....
Sorry, we can chat bikes anyway if you want.Now come on Bob we do not get many motorcycle questions around here, did you have to answer it that fast.
There are a million chemicals out there, and depending on how bad things are they may help, but you'd be a lot better off pulling the carbs, however difficult it is.It will idle with a full chock but that's it is there a cleaner I can run through to try n help
Ayuh,.... Mine was a '72....No, a cleaner will not work at this stage, you will have to pull them. My first bike was a 1978 honda cb750. I still look at those bikes as new.
You're not going to find a shop that wants to take on that job.Yes carbs need rebuilt I live n south bend IN any one know where to take it
I rings free on boots how do I get em out of bootspaintdrying said:You got them out of the boots?
Motorcycle shops are pretty damned busy year round; most of them can't be bothered to take an old bike at almost any cost for anything but an oil change or tire change or something. When I've had old bikes I've had them turn me away pretty reliably (which just made me learn to do more stuff myself, so it worked out). Sometimes in the winter you'll get lucky because they're not as busy but I wouldn't hold my breath.Any motorcycle shop should so it. You may not want to pay the price to get them cleaned up though. Could exceed the value of that old of a bike pretty quick
Ayuh,.... With a Hose Pick,.... google it...I rings free on boots how do I get em out of boots