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Out of all my toys, I hate to let this go the most, but I'm tired of maintaining everything.

2008 Can Am renegade
13xx miles
Kenda bear claw tires 8 ply radials ( about 250 miles on them )
Amsoil in motor and in transmssion.
K & N air filter
Viper winch, works well.
Has A moose plow mount on the bottom.
I bought from a guy in the city that wanted to plow his driveway last winter. Well, as our "winter" went, It sat and the float in the fuel tank sticks. It will read full, but once you get bouncing around the gas light come on. It doesn't bother me, for the little Ive ridden it, its been with others, I just fill up and I'm set for the day.
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Pour a bottle of "Seafoam" into the gas tank and that sticky carb float issue will most likely go away.

That product is a Motorcyclists (and Boaters) best kept secret. It works WONDERS on varnished up carbs and needle jets. Well worth the 8-9 bucks for a bottle. They have it at Pep Boys, Walmart, and Gander Mountain.

It'll take about 1/2 to 3/4 of a tank with the Seafoam added to it before it'll fully clear it's throat out. ;-)
 
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