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2001 Arctic Cat 300 - CVK32 Mixture Screw Question

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2001 AC 300 Green

When seating the fuel mixture screw is it supposed to protrude slightly? I can see the tip sticking out. Im just wondering if what I think is seat is actually to far in. Should it be below the surface already when I begin backing out 2-2 1/4 reset?

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