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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by vipermanz, Sep 2, 2001.
Where can i find walbro carb parts online
model no. wa-229
I find that rebuild kit in my aftermarket parts book. It lists for $8.75. Some aftermarket companies are Stens, Rotory,Silverstreak find a parts store that carries aftermarket and you'll find the kit.
Just do a search on the net for Walbro carb rebuld kits (or something close) and there are a few more.
BUT...Your dealer should be able to get (if he doesn't already have it like he should) easily for no more than $10 or $15.
And heres a link I found: http://www.tsracing.com/store/showp...255&st3=-33186499&CATID=34&ObjectGroup_ID=122
kind of long huh?
Thanks Guys, I found it!!
Walbro part number for a complete repair kit is K20WAT msrp $7.23, diaphragm kit only is D20WAT msrp $3.79, and the complete carb is a WA299-1 msrp $36.00. Any body that sells Walbro should be able to get these for you.
You will save time and probable headache if you buy a new carb. As Jman has stated it's not much money. Sometimes even after soaking a carb you cant get some pasageways clean. I have switched to buying new carbs when I can rather than rebuilding them.
i think that might be an option now
Why? What are the symptoms and what have you done?
i took it as a demo piece at my small engine repairclass and the instructor who didn't no a dam thing he was doing tore the diaphragm, messed up the needle etc