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94 Suzuki LT-F250 Quad Runner Carb Diaphragm

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I am trying to locate 1994 Suzuki LT-F250 Quad Runner Carb Slider Diaphragm I only need the Diaphragm not the slider. I have tried to find a part number for the Diaphragm but have failed to find one. I have found a Diaphragm on EBay but the model years don't match. I sure would appreciate any help anyone can provide.

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I am trying to locate 1994 Suzuki LT-F250 Quad Runner Carb Slider Diaphragm I only need the Diaphragm not the slider. I have tried to find a part number for the Diaphragm but have failed to find one. I have found a Diaphragm on EBay but the model years don't match. I sure would appreciate any help anyone can provide.

Look at the repair manual. I believe model years '90 through '98 were identical/interchangeable.

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Have you looked at the part finder on Bike Bandit or other sites to see if you can just get that part?

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Thanks for the replies I didn't get any email notifications from quadcrazy in regard to this post.

Thanks Nor7 and Ajmboy, for trying to help me out!

Tonight I went ahead and placed an order for the diaphragm with slide included and a rebuild kit from Jets R Us the total came out to around $115.00.

I looked everywhere for just the diaphragm only but could not find one for the 94 model. I found some for newer models though but wasn't willing to gamble on getting something that may not work.

Thanks and God Bless, Whip

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Update On My Parts and Rebuild!

In my last post I mentioned having placed an order from jetsrus.con for a diaphragm with slide included and a rebuild kit however after waiting for almost two weeks I never got my order so I finally emailed them only to find that the diaphragm with slide included was on back order.

Well I requested my money back and once I got that back I ordered a OEM diaphragm with slide included and a Aftermarket moose carb rebuild kit from bikebandit.com which the total was around $163.00.

I got my parts in less than a week then cleaned the carb and installed the new parts and it is working like a new one.

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