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Fuel Screw - O-Ring / Washer Order

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Just putting my carb back together but cannot work out if the order of the Fuel Screw O-ring and Washer. The spring goes onto the Fuel Screw first I think, but does the metal washer go next or the rubber O-Ring:confused:

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Maybe it's on here...

[image]http://parts.yamaha-motor.com/scripts/ImgServ.exe/convert?ilFN=d%3A%5Cinetpub%5Cempartweb%5CCatalog%20Data%5Cimages%5C02%5C0112%5C0010.TIF&ilSC=15&ilIV=0&ilBR=0&ilIF=G&ilRE=8[/image]

EDIT, okay, for some reason that did'nt work, even though it did when I pasted it into my Internerd Exploder address bar. Go to the link below & find the carb section for your bike.

From the Yamaha Online Parts Catalog.

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The o-ring must be the last thing you put on. The washer is there to keep the end of the spring from damaging the o-ring. If you look closely there is a sharper edge on the washer from when it was stamped out, I always like to face the sharp edge to the spring leaving the smooth side toward the o-ring, but it probably doesn't matter that much... :thumbsup:

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