I have a small ultrasonic, never used. Considering using it to clean dirty carbs instead of ordering replacements. Anyone do this, and any tips?
do it, you can knock em all out in one night watching reruns of the curse of oak island (if you don't fall asleep from boredom)!I keep meaning to pick up an ultrasonic cleaner, but never really followed through ....
LOL, I probably have a dozen or more old ones on a shelf that I could probably take apart, clean and re-assemble.
On my to do list ......
don't rain on my parade, crazzy!the biggest problem i find is if they are bad enough that they need to be ultrasonically cleaned they generally need a carb kit because the seals are dried out and generally the carb kit with new seals cost about the same as just replacing it with a aftermarket carb and for the most part aftermarket carbs seem to be pretty decent in most cases. i have also heard boiling the carb in water can help remove stubborn crud which is why the better cleaners have a heater