yes sir thank you for your inputI'm not the carb guy.
Odds are you do not need new jets. Stay away from any jet that is not exactly the same as the originals. Your main focus is replacing the float needle with a proper replacement (I have my doubts that the one you have will work). Making sure the float seat is perfectly clean and smooth. And checking your float height. Then confirming a proper fuel level.
Do not confuse float height with fuel level. Two different things.
These are what will fix the high fuel level. Other things should be done to make sure the rest of the carbs are running correctly.