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carb washer 6 years 8 months ago #17366

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zed_thirteen wrote: This is the "Duracon" washer. I can't remember who it was (it's been a few years) but someone on this site machined some from old 2-stroke reed valve material and sent one to me. Hopefully German MCG will be able to help you though.


I'd forgotten that I did that. Man, if this came up 2 years from now, I'd probably forgotten it entirely !!! LOL !!
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carb washer 6 years 8 months ago #17368

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I made gaskets for mine years ago and have had no trouble with leaks. I also used socket-heads so I could get them torqued down.
1980 KZ 1300 sr# KZT30A-009997
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carb washer 11 months 1 week ago #31323

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Hi Paul did you have a source fir the nylon washer in the diaphram area. Mine have split.
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carb washer 11 months 1 week ago #31324

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If your stuck with no source, just get your hands on a reed valve from a 2 stroke and make new washers.


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