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Need intake boots for 92 XCR440 (carb boots)

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Old 01-07-2014
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Default Need intake boots for 92 XCR440 (carb boots)

I need 2 intake boots for the old XCR440. 1992.

Shipping will be to 83634, Boise area.

What have you got? I need them both.
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I might have some from an XLT that might work?
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Are those 2 bolt or 3? What size carbs?
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I'll look tonight. I have some from an Indy650(2 bolts). I believe I also have some for an Indy400(2 bolts), I think those should be the same? I've been selling a lot of older parts that I won't use anymore so I'm not 100% sure I still have them, but I'll look.
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2 bolt. I'm pretty sure they're 34mm but I'll dig 'em out and double check.
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2 bolt is right. I think 34mm is as well but I need to look to make sure. I'm at work til about 10:30 but will look. It's just a little stock motor 440 liquid.
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Don't have any.
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Dug out the old XLT monoblock. All 3 are in good shape, no dry rot or anything. They were however laying against the inside of a plastic bin so a little flat spot on 2. Nothing a little warming up won't fix. I don't have the clamps somehow. Here's the measurements:

"rib" to "rib" (the part that "holds" the carb into the boot)

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These numbers may be slightly skewed as the boots are a little deformed.

Lemme know if they'll work.

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32mm carbs. I'll pull them off Friday on my day off and measure to see if those will work. How much you want for them?
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Yours for the cost of shipping.
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That's awesom. I'll measure and if it works I'll take them. Thank you
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I'll take them.
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