Originally Posted by pbgbottle
i think i am going to just run some antifreeze throught it and then shut it down and most likely drain the engine and leave it be .i found some SIERRA Antifreeze-Coolant premium quality propylene glycol for an engine not RV stuff, hopefully this stuff won't kill my dog .
i may put some heat to them and see what happens .i'll post back if i ever get them out.
so if they do come out without stripping , can i replace them with brass plugs ?
thanks for the feedback guys .
Brass should fit just fine.
Stabilize your gasoline while running. Put some stabilizer in the tank and then allow that treated fuel to circulate through the carb. it will start much nicer in the spring. RV stuff is just fine and less expensive.
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