Keep track of your parts.
Take pictures as you go, if you can.
Work on it, off the engine in a clean place.
Mark all the hoses and ports. A sharpie directly at the port on the carb and any tape you can read sharpie on, masking tape or Duct tape are good. scotch tape in a pinch. use number or letters or hash marks.
Do not force anything in or out of the carb. You don't want to tear the accelerator pump washer or bend the needles.
The ball joints on the accelerator cable and pivot assembly should pop straight off, but be careful, if they are especially rusty the spring may break off. you can get replacement springs and some Ace hardware stores, maybe Home depot. They will be in the bulk bins where you have to pick your individual parts and put them in the bag.
Check the accelerator cable at the ball joint to make sure it moves freely and that the cable isn't fraying. Been there done that, drove on makeshift cable for a week.
Use white lithium grease on the ball joints, or any other semi-viscous fairly high temp grease. White Lithium is also made for door hinges, lock assemblies, etc. so good to have.
Try to do it in one go if you can, so you remember where everything goes. that one thing you forgot to take a picture of, is the one thing that won't be in the videos or in the repair manual and the one thing you forget the orientation of.
Have fun with it.