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Inspecting the fuel system is pretty basic. Check all fuel hoses and clamps, and look for any obvious damage or defects. Bend the fuel hose; it should not be very stiff and you should not see any tearing on cracking. Fuel clamps should not be 'digging' into the hose. Any amount of leaking is unacceptable. Replace the hose and/or clamps if needed.

(Pics of the fuel hoses here)
 

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Thanks, I'm about to replace my fuel hoses, so it's good to know that it isn't too difficult. I was thinking previously to reading this that I would have to take it to the shop to have it done, but after reading this, it sounds like something I may be able to do myself.
 

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Getting the feedline on the carb side is a bit of a pita, but if you remove the tank (you will have to, obviously), it's not too difficult. But really, this shouldn't be plural. There is one fuel line, and it's not even that long.... Lots and lots of vacuum lines though!
 
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