Aftermarket carburetor air filter?

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  1. AaronF

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    The air cleaner back plate built into the carburetor on my Happy times engine measures out to 1 29/32" outside diameter. Or just a little over 1 7/8".
    1.4" (less than 1 1/2") would be too small.
     
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    Most of the aftermarket filters are 1.75 ID or 1 3/4"
     
  4. AaronF

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    I'm getting ready to purchase one on ebay could you tell me witch one would be right..I'll link a few,i just want to make i sure i get the right filter!

    First one:

    Air Filter For 50 70 90 110CC ATV Quad Dirt Super Bike :eBay Motors (item 370256941136 end time Sep-12-09 08:46:24 PDT)

    Second one:

    Uni 2-Stage Straight POD Air Filter UP-4182ST 1 3/4"x4":eBay Motors (item 140343815217 end time Oct-03-09 11:10:12 PDT)

    Third:

    PAIR OF EMGO TAPERED AIR FILTERS- 48MM- 1 7/8"-CHROME:eBay Motors (item 140344480982 end time Sep-13-09 17:54:03 PDT)

    If you could tell me witch one would fit just right I'd appreciate it thank you!
     
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    That's exactly what I'm looking for,now will that air filter go straight on then just thread the bolts through? Thanks
     
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    i like that little uni one.
     
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    Yes...but..You'll need to drill a small indentation for the choke nut because the velocity stack mounts flush. Not a big issue.
     
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    Does anyone know where i can get a carburetor slide 14.5mm a needle with e-clip?Would there possibly be a local store i could find one at?Info please,Thanks
     

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