My brother replaced a carburetor on my motorcycle without my knowledge or consent. He replaced it only for aesthetics and still retains the original carburetor. He is a motorcycle mechanic. He now wants the carburetor back and he will give me the original. I would have to hire someone to exchange the parts. He will not perform the labor. He said we could purchase it for $350.
It is unclear how this came about, but in most cases he would be entitled to recover the carburetor, but he would also be responsible for having the original reinstalled. You are not obligated to purchase the new carburetor from him.
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