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Old 06-08-2009
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Default '88 pro v 150 carb ?

Saw a similar post when searching carbs on this forum but the answer was not overly helpful for my situation.

On the top of the carb is a removable metal plate. Under the plate is a gasket and under the gasket are two very small copper colored slotted screws with a hole in the middle. They are marked with the #200. They are not identified on any computer generated breakdown of the carburetor but they are identified in the Seloc manual for this year carb and are pictured - I can give the page number if needed.

I broke one of these when doing a carb rebuild and need to replace. I am having a very difficult time sourcing a replacement. Any suggestions?? I am desperate. Please give me direction on how best to get the carbs functioning again.

They are identified in Seloc as Main Air Jets.

Thank you,
William
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Old 06-09-2009
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Bump to the top

thanks,
William
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Old 06-09-2009
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if you cant buy from here, the best priced dealer around, try rob at ocean outboards, boynton bch FL, he has a big selection of used carb parts.
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Old 06-09-2009
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Thank you for your response. I would LOVE to order it from here, but I'm having a very difficult time getting anyone to understand what I'm referring to as the diagram on the computer does not show this part.

Can anyone tell me specifically what I want to ask for? I searched "main air jets" and got lots of hits but no pics and no description of the item.

Can anyone help me with a part #??

Thank you again for your time!!

William
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Old 06-09-2009
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there are alot of those motors around for parts, why not try to find a whole carb or set of carbs. then you have lots of parts and you can find them very cheap too
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