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Eton Beamer Carb Carburetor For Parts on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
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London, Kentucky, US

London, Kentucky, US
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 off an eton beamer.  the throttle cap is broken off at about halfway down the bendy tube thing. 
the mix screw is a little messed up, still in working shape.  can still use.  the bowl screws are in pretty bad shape.  still works good, theyve been a little stripped. ones had a flat head shape cut into it. . just make sure to use a hard screwdriver.  the drain tip off the bottom is broken off about halfway.  it doesnt leak.  and it still drains, good.  the drain screw is about stripped. if you hold the carb and use a hard made screwdriver, you can get it.  its not blocked.  ive got it closed, right now. 
the bowl looks fine.  looks clean. 
the carb seems to be in working shape but the carb cap for the throttle cable, the broke off drain pipe off the bottom, still is sealed, and screws in bad shape, drain bowl the worst.  float bowl, ok, but second and mix screw a little messed with, a little, little bit of damage.  the damage, is little. 

if you've got an extra carburetor cap, this ones alright, except for a few almost close to stripped otu screws. seems alright. 
ships to 48 continental us states.

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