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Hi guys i have my pumper carb cleaned and ready to be assembled,iv forgotten where to insert the 2 spring washers and plastic washer on the top link arm/throttle drum.Any advice help answers suggestions Thank you in advance.In the diagrams for both xr250r and xr250l nothing about the spring washers.Although the plastic washer is in the 250r diagrams,im thinking mine was a hybrid,mostly they say the pumper carbs didnt have the jet needle adjustable mine is .................il post up everything all pics and steps so anyone who opens their carb will have no issues at all.

 

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PD79CAFB pumper xr250l carb.Now mine has the adjustable jet needle with 5 slots of adjustment (im thinking from an xr)see the two metal washers one slightly larger than the other,the plastic washer,i know one goes to the end of throttle drum before the nut,the other larger one dont know,plus see the gap between the plastic washer the throttle shaft and carb body .see pics below

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plus these are the diagrams for both xr250r and xr250l or also known as xlr250,one i found in a xr manual,why am i so daft to know where the other spring washer goes.the larger one i thought goes between the link arm and carb body,but it hrd to get on the shaft,unless i pry it open and really dont want scuff up the shaft im thinking thats the only way.nothing in any diagrams about the spring washers.

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Your fourth carb schematic shows one spring washer in the small box, near the top and in the middle.

 

You can see it better here, in box 9, same location.  There is no specific part number; it's part of an assembly:

http://shop.discounthondaparts.com/fiche_section_detail.asp?section=2495423&category=Motorcycles&make=Honda&year=1991&fveh=131923

 

Throw the bent washer away  :naughty:  :thumbsup:

:ride:

Edited by ramz
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in my first reply i said im quoting '',i know one goes to the end of throttle drum before the nut''

the other one i just dont know there must be a reason theres that damned washer ,plus im thinking one end is sealed by just the throttle drum(not sufficient against dust rain mud we havem all here, the other end by the metal plate for the accelerator pump plate the washer and nut(confirmed location of the bugger.unless someone added that washer in my carb bin,im gona killem.thanks ramz. the only thing keeping me from getting it together and back onto my baby which i havent started or ridden for 2 years.going nuts literally.But from now on just throwing it excuses out for not riding more or things weighing me down.

dude people go for therapies support groups.heck i just grab wd40 some tools and start opening all nuts and bolts.aaahhhhh

but seriously even on the rim of the throttle drum shaft ,theres a lip im thinking dust and crap will it be liquid and airtight,should i add an oring on both sides of the rims.

im gona hit the road and trails real hard for a long time with basic service and cleaning dont even want to fiddle her.after carb its basically fine tuning strip paint rewire .im not touching her  rebuilding one time.

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20 hours ago, ramz said:

Your fourth carb schematic shows one spring washer in the small box, near the top and in the middle.

 

You can see it better here, in box 9, same location.  There is no specific part number; it's part of an assembly:

http://shop.discounthondaparts.com/fiche_section_detail.asp?section=2495423&category=Motorcycles&make=Honda&year=1991&fveh=131923

 

Throw the bent washer away  :naughty:  :thumbsup:

:ride:

Thanks dude i did that just throw it away.now im thinking honda never failed at much ,but dont you think water ,river crossings dusty roads and sand could get in the top bit of the carb where the throttle drum enters and exits the carb?im thinking of adding orings later.

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