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    I also push down on the tank,next to the pickup opening to gain the little extra space you need to remove it.


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    as woody says you can push on the front of the tank or even stand on the tank to indent the tank a bit, it will then come out easily

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    Question ANY IDEAS on why it isn't sitting flush? is this bad?

    the trick isn't pushing on it.. i had my foot on the gas tank, kicking it.. and stomping on it and it didnt make much of a difference.. the thing i noticed is i disconnected the wires that connect to the top, I found where the male and female meet and disconnected them.. and the thing came right off..

    also disconnect the handlebar disconnect like bill said.

    I have one problem... the top piece won't sit flush when screwed down.. is this okay? how do i fix it? here are pictures..

    BTW: people who haven't done this yet... this isn't really that easy.. it is kind of a "PITA"

    I am also going to get new tubes. The one that connects from the top to the carbs, one of the fuel lines I am going to replace..
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    You should have left well enough alone! Now you broke it!!!




























    haha jk/ing...

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    ... haha it was like that when i pulled it out also!~

    Please help! Gas fumes are just filling up my garage.. the quicker the better on a response!

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    Looks like that fuel pickup line got pulled down and the screen piece is hitting it.

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    how do i fix that?

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    Push the stupid ass hose back up till it clears! Are you sure the screw is in the right spot,are did you make a new hole.
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    i knew that.. i posted it and was i bet you won't believe me.. but i stand by my word

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    Im going to throw a HUGE PARTY when you are done with your ski Kale!

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