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Tinker Tinker is offline
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Brian,

As Bob and others have stated, clean it all up with Gunk or Simple Green and run it to see where it starts to leak and address those spots. Leaks have a tendency to get everywhere and can sometimes be difficult to pinpoint.

When is the last time you ran the motor?

If you get stuck, PM me. I'm local.

Tinker
Old 02-24-2008, 11:08 AM
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