Broken float chamber piece
So when I first got my bike, I put gas in her, started her up and rode a quick lap around the yard to test transmission/clutch. At this point I noticed a large amount of fuel leaking from the carb area. After inspection, I found several rotted fuel lines, and the plastic fitting that connects to my float chamber practically broken to pieces
I took the carb in to a shop, and they told me I have to either buy a new carb, a new float chamber assembly, or jerry-rig a fuel line into the brass piece that is left. Kawasaki sells the part for 150$, a full assembly on eBay for 100-200$, 100 if I'm LUCKY. Or jerry-rig for ????.
What I'm pointing at is whats left of the fuel line. Anybody have any cheaper ideas? The other side is the same way, just has a little plastic left over.
She'll get her name when I've got her movin~~ 1986 VN750, 12k miles, just waiting for her parts
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