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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Is the seal rubber or a fiber gasket? If it isn't broken or gouged you might be able to rejuvinate it with some rubber conditioner. ArmorAll, 303, or tire dressing may work to soak it in overnight. If it's fiber, get a flat fiber gasket, trace the float bowl on it and carefully cut a new gasket.
I don't know what type of hardware stores there, but you might find "O" ring material. You by it round or straight length of the correct diameter and make the shape you need. You might overlap the ends slightly or use a rubber/contact cement to glue end to end.
Yes, adjust the floats to spec's.
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