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post #1 of 4 Old 08-21-2019, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Where do these o-rings in my Carb Rebuild Kit go?

We finally saved up the money to buy all the parts to fix my girlfriend's carb (both diaphragms were shot), but now it's been taken apart for two months, and I can't remember where everything goes. The Honda manual just says take note of where the o-rings are when you take it apart, but that doesn't help me.

This is for a 2006 Rebel 250. The parts in question are the two O-Rings with the question marks. Can someone tell me where they go?
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one seals the air fuel adjustment screw the other is used on float bowl drain screw.
Looks like you were provided an extra a/f adjustment screw o-ring..

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Looks like you were provided an extra a/f adjustment screw o-ring..
That's what I was thinking from looking around, but I wasn't sure. I didn't want to put the whole thing back together, and then end up with a leak because I left it out.
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one seals the air fuel adjustment screw the other is used on float bowl drain screw.
Looks like you were provided an extra a/f adjustment screw o-ring..
Just finished the rebuild, and you were right, it was just an extra.

Only issue I ran into is that the small jet (top right in the picture) was the wrong one for the carb. No big deal, I just reused the old jet. Does that one at the top right of the picture look like it belongs in a Rebel 250 carb, or did they include the wrong jet?
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