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Set of 2 - Carburetor Rebuild Kits - Honda CB175 CL175 - 1968-1973

$27.90
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Carburetor repair or rebuild kits for the Honda CB175 & CL175 from 1968-1973. This is, by far, the most complete kit available! The shaped float bowl gasket is made of Viton rubber which is the best quality available for carburetor parts. Viton rubber will not swell after coming in contact with fuel.

Includes 2 carburetor rebuild kits. We also have an ultimate kit that comes with floats!

Kit Includes:

Float bowl gasket
Top cover gasket
D2 slide needle and clip
Float needle, 1.7 seat & washer
#90 main jet - Carb models CBD, CLC, 306A, 644A
#92 main jet - Carb model 653A
#98 main jet - Carb model 306B
#35 slow jet - Carb models CBD, CLC, 653A
#38 slow jet - Carb models 306A, 306B, 644A
Air screw and spring (2 types - use the one that applies to your model)
Throttle screw and spring
Metal washer and o-rings
Drain Screw & metal washer

Fits Honda:

CB175K Super Sport - 1969-1973
CL175K Scrambler - 1968-1973 - Does not fit carbs on Engine SN 1001619 and earlier

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  1. INCREDIBLE VALUE 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Dec 2017

    i was amazed at the value for this rebuild kit.
    bought an old cb175 (1973) from a guy, it had been sitting for years etc etc. carburetors needed to be reset. A typical/thorough cleaning and rebuilding of all parts would likely have gotten the bike back on the road, but with this kit, I had the peace of mind of all new jets, needles, clips, gaskets, springs... awesome!

    I really like that there is a selection of main and pilot jets included. very user friendly.

    Also included in the picture, but not listed in the item description, are the O-rings for the Manifold/Engine junction and the Carb/Manifold junction.

    In my experience, the "top gasket" (black circle with 2 circle cutouts and) for the throttle slide did not fit. the throttle slide was too large to fit through the cutout. instead of trying to modify, i just re-used my old gasket. it was plenty serviceable.