Hello all, I am having an issue with my 1981 G10 Inline6. It starts up fine and dandy when cold. Once I have driven it around and it gets to operating temperature then it becomes harder to start. It sounds a little weak when cranking and the only remedy I've found is to stomp the accelerator to the floor and hold it there to make it fire up. I know this is a common issue on older Chevy's, and I'm inclined to think it is the starter/solenoid, but after reading through forums today I found so many different recommendations online from rerouting fuel lines to carb fuel boiling and on and on. I recently set timing, did plugs, wires, cap and rotor, and had the vacuum lines routed correctly. This is a stock motor. This issue was there before, and still is after the tune up. it does run better and smoother and is not dieseling any longer, but still hard to start when warm. Any ideas that a basic driveway mechanic like me can look into?