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Old 08-02-2018, 06:45 PM
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I'm looking for a carb cover so I don't get gas on my balls
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Old 08-03-2018, 07:51 AM
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Hummm . . . weird post.

Maybe wrap your family jewels in a plastic bag and tie it tight. That will keep the gas off of them.

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Those old sleds from the 70s and early 80s, when you cracked the throttle and went bwaap bwaap, they used to shoot gas out of the old tilston carbs and soak your crotch. Also, when you tried to start them and they went doodla doodla cheeet, doodla doodla cheeet, and they would shoot a flame through the vacuum line
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Haha, i remember the old TNT 440 we had.
I was always afraid of frying my balls.....
My uncle got his suit burnt pretty good.

Even as a young teen i couldn't believe they would build a machine for people to ride with the carburetor sucking on the operators balls all day... lol


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You may have been riding sleds like that in the early 80's, but I'm pretty sure no-one was still building them that way anymore. And the ones that you (I, we) did have that experience on usually had a plastic shroud that was s'posed to have been covering that whole area up. But many of us had that taken off so's we could adjust the carb easilly.

I don't know that there was any sleds built since the 60's that intentionally had an open carb pointed at the opperator.


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