Lots of mopeds have rust or gunk in the gas tank. This crud will find it's way into your carburetor and crud it up, causing your bike to run like crud. Nobody wants that! Fortunately there is a cheap and easy solution for this problem... thee inline fuel filter! Follow me, I'll show you how to do it.

I made it at Techshop. They have a work bay where you can work on your car, motorcycle, moped... whatever! There are 3 of them around the SF Bay Area, so it's pretty convenient. There's others around the country and they have lots of tools and workshops. Wood, Metal, Fabrics, Electronics and more. It's rad.

Check it out here:                 www.techshop.ws


You'll need...

Some new fuel line
An inline fuel filter
A pocket knife

Step 1: Remove Old Fuel Line

Your old fuel line is probably all crudded up, lets replace it. First, turn off the fuel flow at the petcock valve. Then, pull the fuel line off from the carburetor and the petcock valve. Throw that in the garbage, because it's all yuck.

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