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Need new float bowl drain screw for 05' crf250r

My float bowl is cracked on the edge and is leaking gas. need a new one!! I looked at one on dennis kirk but they dont sell just the float screw. so can anyone help me out?

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or just bite the bullet and go visit your local dealer. they may have one laying around to seel u or if your even luckier, one of the techs in the shop might have an old one in his box.

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