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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-06-2019, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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LOST FLOAT BOWL Carb an pieces on 90... 2009 Help

Recieved a 2009 Yam. Raptor from a friend with missing pieces . Ive replaced the kick starter.. will be replacing main switch assembly[key] and ignition starter.

My problem is where to get a new better after market carb or missing pieces from the original. A rebuild kit seem to have the smaller pieces but no float bowl tank and other things that are missing from the carb. The original owner took it apart to clean an lost all of the [float bowl +float+ screw.ect] sugguestion welcome... pics soon
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Here some pics if anyone knows where to start..? Everything ive found has been someone rejetting the old carb. But I dont have everything to rejet with.
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Alot of that stuff can be purchased individually from a oem parts dealer like partzilla or rmatv. Or your local yamaha dealer if youd like to get ripped off, lol. Unfortunately the float bowl itself can only be purchased with the whole carb assembly. If it were me, id look for a good used oem carb on ebay

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