Obviously, the first step is removing the carb. We noticed that the bolts had several washers under them. Since the intake has blind threads for the bolts, often the bolts will bottom out before the carb is actually tight. Make sure your bolts are either originals or they are the proper length. Also, when removing the fuel filter, having the proper tools will prevent damage. The wrench on the right is designed to hold the filter nut so it doesnt damage the body of the carb. Always use a tubing wrench to prevent rounding off the fittings of the fuel lines.