Re: still more idle problems...damn
In addition, look for vacuum leaks. Normally, a vacuum leak causes the idle to go up and give you a lean miss. Start with the basics and try to avoid the shotgun approach. Based on what you are saying, I have to agree with Sas...if you carefully look down the carb, if the tubes are blocked, you will see gas droping down onto the throttle plate. This is a quick check and fix.
You can tell if your bad idle is air fuel mixture by putting your hand gently over the intake to the carb and start to cut off the air supply. If idle gets better, then your running real lean. Are you getting black smoke out the exhaust? If so, then your rich. It's not uncommon for the float level to change. Pull the top of the carb off and look at the gas level. The top of the float should be parallel to the surface of the gas and the gas level should be at least 1/4" from the edge of the bowl.
Let us know what you find.
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