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2000 Xplorer 250 gas tank pick up screens

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Does anyone know where to get replacement pickup screens go inside gas tank? Mine are rusted pretty bad where they plug into the threaded connector,, thanks 

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if it was rusted, you might want to remove your gas tank and clean it out with fresh gas and check your carb to make sure it doesnt have crap in the bowl

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