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 If the plastic nut has stripped out, you can cut a piece of rubber tubing, ​ slit it long ways and stick it between the nut and the knob when needed. ((cantolina of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=447983)) \\ If the plastic nut has stripped out, you can cut a piece of rubber tubing, ​ slit it long ways and stick it between the nut and the knob when needed. ((cantolina of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=447983)) \\
-Then when you remove it, slip it on my throttle cable until the next cold startup. \\+Then when you remove it, slip it on the throttle cable until the next cold startup. \\
 ====== Discrepancies in the FSM(s) / Parts Catalog(s) ====== ====== Discrepancies in the FSM(s) / Parts Catalog(s) ======
 Upon perusing 1986-2006 Parts Catalogs for carburetor information,​ it's clear that the MoCo was trying to save space in these books at the expense of legibility. Below is a chart showing the initial intentions on the top and the MoCo's mis-interpretations on the bottom. They give no notations (from year to year book) on any changes to the nomenclature. I.E. one way to display a year/ model number is displayed differently in other year books. This chart is not complete nor factual in numbering but as an example only.  Upon perusing 1986-2006 Parts Catalogs for carburetor information,​ it's clear that the MoCo was trying to save space in these books at the expense of legibility. Below is a chart showing the initial intentions on the top and the MoCo's mis-interpretations on the bottom. They give no notations (from year to year book) on any changes to the nomenclature. I.E. one way to display a year/ model number is displayed differently in other year books. This chart is not complete nor factual in numbering but as an example only.