|Carburetor extended Long Boy Pilot Fuel Screw|
Frustrated with trying to find an "almost 90 degree" screwdriver
to fine adjust your fuel screws for best idle and cruise?
Make your life easier!
Fuel screw assembly comes with:
Great product, best price around for these and fast shipping! Thanks Blargins45
Thanks! Works great!
David Munro July 16, 2019
I read on Thumpertalk ( http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=650639 )
that you now have an adjustable fuel screw for the Yamaha TTR-125 but can't
seem to find it on your website for ordering.
Can you help me out?
Thank you, Brent McDonald
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