LOL it was a salvage find! I bought it for $40 as a spare so I could swap out with my 86 and 4 other 87s. A funny story.
My sis-in law lost her cat here while on summer vacation. About a month later while I was working on the carb in the garage this cat would look into the back door. And would dash away when I saw it.
So I extended my work on the carb, polishing the outside with toothpaste and aluminum polish. Buying a new float and stuff; pipe cleaners thru all the passages, and put out cat food. Clanked on the dish when I got ready to work and eventually the cat started to accept food. Gradually moved the dish inside; the cat would eat, snoop around and bolt. Every night I did this until one night the cat came in, ate and hopped onto the seat of my ATV.
At that point I shut the door, recapturing the kitty. She slept on the atv for two weeks while I made sure she didn’t have rabies.
I was then able to install the carb on my 86, get it tuned, and put it back into the box for the winter! This spring I’ll swap it out with a carb that’s been giving me troubles–and rebuild that one too.
So after all that I spent a month and $200 overhauling a carb! 2 cans of Chemtool, swabs, brushes, pipecleaners starter valve, float, main jet holder, 138.5 jet–not counting cost of cat food and litter
She loves being in the garage on the ATV