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  1. Greetings. I have an Eel Wheel minibike with an O&R 20A engine. It had been sitting for many years and wouldn't run, spark was good but gas was dripping from the carb. I've ordered a rebuild kit for the carb (it's a Walbro HDC) but notice that the reed valve assembly and the gasket which goes between the carb and the reed valve are pretty brittle and deformed. Might try glomming it all back together with some non hardening sealant if worst comes to worst, but I'm wondering if there are any sources for reed valves and carb to reed valve gaskets so I can do it right. Thanks in advance!
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