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Schmatic for walbro mod- Wt347 carb.?

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Hi,
Try this link
http://www.lawn-parts.com/shop/Walbro/Walbro-Parts.htm?gclid=CIuxx7b99JYCFQhuMAodRV_rXQ

They may be able to give you assistance or put you in contact with manufacturers.
Hope this helps

Alleluia

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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