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Honda Twinstar 185/200 Carb Or Carburetor Keihin Pd 55aaub on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
Location:

Alexandria, Virginia, US

Alexandria, Virginia, US
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YOU CAN PICK YOUR PARTS IF YOU WANT TO  AT OUR 2ND LOCATION IN CLINTON MD ONLY..TECH LINE IS...301-234-0890.....


WE JUST TANKED AND CLEANED THIS CARB

FUEL TESTED IT.....IT IS TO INSTALL AND RUN

WE TOOK SOME MEASUREMENTS  OF THE CARB  AND ALL OF THE I.D. NUMBERS ARE LISTED  WE ARE PRETTY SURE THIS IS A TWINSTAR CARB

IT HAS A MIKUNI THREADED CAP  YOU WILL HAVE TO TRANSFER YOUR KEIHIN CARB TOP OVER

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