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Part for shovel

Anyone have an old keinan carb for the late shovel? I need the plastic choke cam. The part the choke cable goes thru. Don't ask why I need it, not one of my smarter moves. "82-'83 FXR Thanks, Dan

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Orry but all i have is a whole carb, unless you're interested in it. let me know.

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