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Old January 29th, 2013, 07:29 PM
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Default Re: 1962 GMC 305V6 4WD Slow DD Build - Cecilia (Pic Heavy)

You'll also have alot of gaskets in the kit but don't worry about them just yet.

Keep putting parts in the dip and don't forget to save a big piece to put in on top of the float because....wait for it....











It floats.

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And keep toweling them off as they come out. Once they're all dipped, it's time to start the rebuild.

Screw this screw in. It's the one with the little pin coming out of the top.




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Then put this screw and cover in. Remember that there's a little tiny BB under it. Don't forget that!




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Then put the vacuum fitting back on. There is no washer or anything for it.




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Then put the pin back in the float and drop it back in.



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Don't forget your new keeper pin!



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Use your screwdriver to gently work it back up under the lip that holds it in place.



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Then put your little rocket ship piece (I think it's called a needle valve) back in and use the included keeper wire to hold it to the float again.




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Bend the end of it around with the screwdriver to make sure it stays put.




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Now you can install the fancy new fuel fitting. I later found out this fitting didn't fit my gas line and had to revert to the old fitting. Never throw anything away until you finish!




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The float shouldn't need adjusting, but it's a good idea to do so anyway. Flip it over and make sure that with the float hanging upside down (dangling) that it closes the little rocket ship into your new fuel fitting. If it doesn't close it off then you need to bend the arm on the float so that it does.


Flip the main body over now and find a gasket that looks like it fits.




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Then get your screws to bolt "Bob" back on. Two fat screws go in the middle.




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Two thinner screws go on the outside.





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Put your jet covers back on, remember your new shiny copper gaskets!




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Grab the "air horn" (top of the carb) and your fuel piston pump. Poke one through the other.



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Pop a cotter pin through it.




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Put the stupid vacuum pump piston that I broke and JB Welded in. That I hate. Stupid part. Grr.




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Put these pins back in. Remember that there are two.




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Fnd our larger BB and drop it in the fuel pump piston hole.




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Drop the spring back in. Boioioingggg!




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