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I've never damaged my hands while pulling a carburetor or putting it back on these Rebels. And I have big hands. I've had plenty of room when I remove the tank and seats first. Also I made sure to buy quality tools so I don't have the "knuckle Busters", (the ones that break when you're trying to use them or slip off and bash your knuckles).
 
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Be sure to pull the boot between airbox and carb almost all the way into the box to get room to work. Working carefully there shouldn't be any hand damage. I don't remove the seat or tank and don't have problems getting the carb off or on, but I've done it many times.
 

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Be sure to pull the boot between airbox and carb almost all the way into the box to get room to work. Working carefully there shouldn't be any hand damage. I don't remove the seat or tank and don't have problems getting the carb off or on, but I've done it many times.
yep, i nolonger have a problem taking off the carb now lol
 
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