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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel knob, Screw??

2000, 450es Foreman, Question is would my four wheeler have had a screw that holds the gas control on from the factory? Mine is loose kinda, it has in and out slack in it. It doesn’t slide outward far enough to fall off or slip a notch and not be pointing in the correct position. Would anyone know the answer. Thanks
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you can pull up the parts schematic for things and see if there is one, if not, then answer is no?
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I just looked at the link someone had posted about owner manuals. Didn’t see it there. Can you give me a link to where your referring to? Thankyou
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https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...7LP-eZp2jMRVJU
That is where I looked and may have overlooked it.
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That is where I looked and may have overlooked it.



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2000, 450es Foreman, Question is would my four wheeler have had a screw that holds the gas control on from the factory? Mine is loose kinda, it has in and out slack in it. It doesn’t slide outward far enough to fall off or slip a notch and not be pointing in the correct position. Would anyone know the answer. Thanks


You mean the on/off/reserve lever?


Yeah, held in place by a Phillips head screw.

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Yes sir that’s what I meant. Held by a long Phillips screw, any idea what mm and length?

I know I can get that info from Honda. But I can probably buy from Lowe’s or Home Depot though.
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If you have an Ace Hardware in your area try them. The parts fisch will give you the length, thread count and everything and then go to Ace Hardware and get ya one. We have them in Tennessee and all over the south/southeast and they have a large assortment of metric screws, bolts and odds and ends way cheaper than from Honda. When I rebuilt my 300 I know for a fact I saved over 250 bucks on just nitpick screws and stuff by going there. If you don't have one around, I'm sure you know of an old school mom and pop hardware store and I'd be willing to bet they'll have what ya need without having to settle and end up with a pack of 10 when ya only need one or two. Plus, I like doing business with my hometown folks since corporate America gets more of my business than I'd prefer and squash the good ol mom and pop shops. Just my two cents worth but has come in very handy and worked extremely well for me so just sharing a little knowledge and hope it helps. 😁
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