Hi guys! I have a 99 WR400 and I cannot get the carb to stop pouring gas. I have removed the float bowl and cleaned all pieces, but it is still leaking when I hold the float up and turn on the gas. It was originally leaking from the flange where it bolts onto the carb, but I have another gasket on the way. - The brass piece that the float pin rides inside of has a (it looks like a permanant, non-flexible) gasket on the outside, and the inside where the float pin seats looks good. It does some (VERY LITTLE) play in it when it is installed...I have a feeling that this is the problem. Is there anyway to break off the non-flexible gasket and install a regular O-ring to tighen this up, or is this even the problem? -The float pin looks like it is in perfect shape. QUESTION FOR EVERYONE: Is there a gasket that is supposed to be on the inside of the brass needle float seat (the brass piece that the float needle rides inside of)? I didn't see one when I removed the bowl, and I don't see one on a breakdown sheet... but it would help to seal the float bowl becuase right now the "float needle" simply seats against the raw brass when closed (and leaking). Thanks in advance for the assistance, Merry Christmas to everyone!