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PKR

No Name quad carburators

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Does anyone know if and where you can get parts for a no name carb. My neighbor has one on a 1989 Yamaha 350 big bear and it is leaking gas around the seal on the accelerator pump. (see pic).

Any and all help would be appreciated

 

Thanks

PKR

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I have a parts carb for a warrior 350. Same carb. What do you need? Just that seal?

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Thanks for answering my call for help.

All I need is the seal as shown in the picture. If you don't need the one you have and are willing tp part with it I would be interested.

How much would you want for it?

Thanks 

PKR

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I have this. Pay for shipping and it's yours. f31c52070aca868c73ba84a9025323e5.jpg

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That's great, very much appreciated.

If you can send the rubber seal COD via regular mail I will pay for the shipping when it gets here.

My mailing address is 

Phil Reid

PO Box 2786

Lloydminster, Sask.

Canada

S9V 0Z1

Thanks again

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Do you want just the seal or the whole carb. Nothing is wrong with it. I just sold the machine and no longer need it.

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The seal is all I need. The carb I have is basically new so I shouldn't need anything else.

Thanks for asking

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Copy that. I will send out as soon as possible.

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