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Old 08-21-2012, 04:23 PM
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Smile honda 110 atc carb. problem

My 110 sat for 10 years and when i put gas in it the gas would keep coming out of the little rubber hose on the bottom of the carburetor.
I took the carb apart and cleaned it but i have the same problem even after 2 more cleanings. Do i need a rebuild, new carb or some adjustment neeeded? Thanks for any info.
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:19 AM
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First check to make sure the drain screw at the bottom of the carb is seated all the way in.

Is the float plastic or metal? I can't remember if the float height is adjustable on these...

How exactly did you go about cleaning the carb? Is there a lot of rust in the gas tank?

If it sat for that long it wouldn't be a bad idea to rebuild it. You can order a rebuild kit on ebay.

To be honest I wouldn't even bother with it. You can pick up a brand new carb on ebay for roughly $35. A rebuild kit is going to run you about $20 so for a little more you can get a whole new carb.

If you go with an ebay carb, make sure to pull the bowl off and make sure the jets are tight...other than that I have had good luck with them. I have one on my 110 and one on the 200s.

Being that these bikes have a metal gas tank I run an inline filter in the fuel line to help catch any debris that can result from rust in the tank.

Good luck reviving the 110!
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Old 08-23-2012, 10:31 PM
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Thanks a million for your reply. The drain screw was open and letting the gas drain, i must have opened it to drain the carb when i put it away and left it open. The gas tank is good and i cleaned the carb with carb cleaner. Without your post i was stuck, thanks again.
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