WO (YF) exploded view

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  1. Jan 13, 2006
    neptco19

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    Anybody got one??
     
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    Ppilotmike

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    Re: WO exploded view

    Are you talking about a Warn Overdrive? I have a copy of the original manual including parts break down. Mike
     
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    godevil

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    Re: WO exploded view

    WO carb?
     
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    neptco19

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    Re: WO exploded view

    Carb
     
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    neptco19

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    Re: WO exploded view


    Thanks :beer:
     
  7. Jan 16, 2006
    53Flattie

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    neptco19

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    alright dumb question about the solex....and no I havnt searched yet :rofl: But how does it do on hills and off camber areas. The original has performed flawlessly for me. Im just worried that it may be wore out and the rebuild may not have helped. So if a replacement is due, should I try and find a rebuildable WO or just go solex. Alright now I'll go search..
     
  9. Jan 16, 2006
    53Flattie

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    I bought one and put it on my flatfender, but I only ran it for a couple of miles on mostly flat dirtroads. Thus, I have no experience with the angles.

    I will say that it fit well, ran smooth, and looked nice on that 50 year old intake, but the linkage was a pain to get hooked up.
     

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