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anyone got a float bowl my drain screw siezed in tried drill easyout etc no good



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It might come out if you persist with a good quality easy out, see here ttr250.activeboard.com/t47573997/carburettor-replacing-a-damaged-carb-drain-screw/

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tried 2 types of easyouts i think someone has loctite it in even tried heat & wd40 hope some one has got one also a float bowl gasket

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I doubt anyone would loctite a drain screw. Its just corroded in from previous owners going through ford crossings etc. It happens. Some folks turn the petrol off and don't ever drain, and just end up leaving it.

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any other yamaha fits the same float bowl or would i be better speaking to a carb reconditioners if so what make & model is carb

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Teikei Y30P carburettor

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If you have a local engineer worth his salt then he would have it out in no time wink



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