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I have included a pic of a suzuki z250 carb with some parts hi-lighted. Please note that not all suzuki z250 carbs are the same but I hope this helps you :)where is the float located on a carburetor on a - 7cb686c7-1ad0-48a9-a4ff-1e3b16c691e8.gif

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