Getting my AED 1000 HO carburetor ready for Cecil County. Awhile back, I bought 2 fuel bowls with the nice big site glasses. Much better than the standard AED bowls with the screw in plugs. I successfully removed the floats and needle/seat assemblies, accelerator pump diaphragms, and installed them in the new float bowls. I also installed jet extenders and a notched float in the back bowl. I was wondering about dry setting the float level, and if there was a spec for that that would get me in the ball park, and if it mattered about the type of float. The front float is brass, but the rear notched float is some sort of plastic. I know once I start the engine that the float levels should be adjusted so that fuel level is in the center of the site glass, correct? Any help on dry setting the floats? Do I lift the floats and measure from the top surface of the float to the top surface of the bowl?