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Idle screw for what kind of bike......If you know the threadsize you could make one out of a screw and nut..You screw on the nut and then give the end of the screw a roundish shape..you set the idle and use the nut as a jambnut against the carb to keep the new idlescrew tight and not lose the screw.........Good Luck
 

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Idle screw for what kind of bike......If you know the threadsize you could make one out of a screw and nut..You screw on the nut and then give the end of the screw a roundish shape..you set the idle and use the nut as a jambnut against the carb to keep the new idlescrew tight and not lose the screw.........Good Luck
I have a cag. I would rather not do all that, is that my only choice?
 

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You can buy a metric screw grind the tip to a point, put a spring on it, or a lock nut up agaisnt the body.
 

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Take your carb to a good hardware store, get a 4mm screw or whatever it is with the same threads , and a nut that fits it. Taper the end down and round the tip a hair. All it does is lift up the rectangle piston in a slot and make the engine run faster.
 

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Great Job! Im glad you found one. :)
 
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