Take them apart and take measurements of the float height before you do anything else - this will help you determine whether the it is a needle issue or a float adjustment issue. Then take the needle out and inspect them.quote:
At least 1 float sticks. That's where I'm at. I got a guy that's going help me this saturday. He's done stuff like this before. I may just take them apart, clean them up, readjust and see what happens.
I'm totally down for a pint. There is a place on mound, a micro brew that usally has brit bikes out front. Not much of a ride but prolly worth the beer.