I have read many complaints about how difficult it is to remove the carb from the Super Sherpa. Let me help you with that.
To begin with, lift or remove the fuel tank so that you have some room to work. Then remove the rear throttle cable, the front throttle cable, and then the choke cable. Remove most of the hoses from the carb. This will make it easier to remove.
Loosen the two hose clamps that hold the intake boots in place and push the rear one to the back of the boot near the airbox.
Procure a large flat-bladed screwdriver and insert it into the rear boot, prying it backwards and off of the carb funnel. Push the boot to the middle of the carb funnel.
Remove the screwdriver and reinsert it from the rear. Lever the boot over the far side of the carb funnel and push the carb toward you.
The carb will free itself neatly and pop out of the front boot.
Pull the carb out of the bike and you are home free. Installation is the reverse of removal.