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Gas leaking out of the carb.

I have a 2004 TTR125E.
I now what the problem is but the parts i need i cant find and i need them cheap cus im spouse to go riding next weekend and i cant find a needle valve set cheap and i mean cheap! I cant find one online. So if anybody nows anywhere online i can find one cheap please help.

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If you want a quick fix then adjust the float.

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