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Took the tank off (2005) today and had to fully drain it as the pet**** was passing when in off position. Found the pet**** washer, 3 hole, to be slightly perished hence it passing. Need a new one, any ideas on locating a new one etc?    



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http://www.boats.net/parts/search/Yamaha/Motorcycle/2006/TT-R250%20-%20TTR250V/FUEL%20TANK/parts.html



-- Edited by Cubber on Sunday 2nd of October 2011 08:27:09 PM

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This is the parts diagram and price list from Boats, Colin.

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I presume it's No 22, part No 3AC-24523-00-00 that you require, which retails at $5.99 plus p&p, etc - it's not cheap for a bit of holed rubber no.

If you put the part number into Google and do a search you will see that the thing is used on many applications, eg Yamaha all terrain vehicles.

I bet your local Yamaha dealer can get you one, or your local Yamaha Quad dealer could too. smile

Failing that your best bet may be to source one from a breaker. confuse

Good luck.



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Thanks for help, have ordered part from Wemotto today.

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hy i was wondering, is it ok to leak petrol from the carb when the bike is on the sideways

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The basic answer to that question is NO.
The needle valve in the float chamber must be dodgy.
It is a hazard and a danger for the carburettor to leak petrol. - full stop - even when on the side stand.
Notwithstanding the danger of ignition and conflagration it's wasteful!
Martyn



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Having said that, its not uncommon. The float can stick when the bike is on its side but seems more likely that the float needs adjusting. As Martyn suggests, I would check the needle valve before anything else though.

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Thanks for the diagram Cubber and link Lin.

Received new packing washer and O-ring from Wemotto today so it should be as good as new once fitted. 



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