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Old 21st April 2006
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It's alot easier just to take the carb off of the bike. Most people think its a big chore, but its really not that bad. With the carb off of the bike you get a better look at everything, and you can do a better job of cleaning. It's just a couple of vacuum hoses, some throttle cables, a fuel line, and a couple other small things. Its really not that bad, but I suggest that you go buy a HD service manual if you dont already have one!
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1999 XLH1200, Vivid Black....Trimmed cam cover, Thunderheader, Ram Flo 400, Pingel petcock, forward controls, black drag bars w/4.5" pullback risers, relocated front turn signals, Progressive fork springs, 4-piston HD front caliper, and a bunch of black powdercoated stuff!
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