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'49 AC Model B, Gascolator

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Jon J.

10-25-2002 12:19:32

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Any one know the size and type of gasket used for the glass Gascolator Bowl?

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I was hoping sombody else would ask

10-26-2002 18:53:53

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 Re: '49 AC Model B, Gascolator in reply to Jon J., 10-25-2002 12:19:32  
But I never heard of a Gascolator, I assume from the replys that it is the sediment bowl?

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Brian G. NY

10-27-2002 06:42:04

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 Re: Re: '49 AC Model B, Gascolator in reply to I was hoping sombody else would ask, 10-26-2002 18:53:53  
When Jon referred to glass and since "Gascolator" has the word gas in it, I took a stab at it. I never heard that term before either; brand name, possibly?

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Phil Auten (Tx)

10-26-2002 13:42:58

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 Re: '49 AC Model B, Gascolator in reply to Jon J., 10-25-2002 12:19:32  
Brian is correct. I just purchased a pair of these gaskets at the TSC store in Waco for my B and RC. The gasket and screen are two seperate pieces, so an o-ring would work. You could cut a piece of fine screen to substitute for the original, but it needs to be brass and REAL fine. - Phil

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10-25-2002 15:14:08

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 Re: '49 AC Model B, Gascolator in reply to Jon J., 10-25-2002 12:19:32  
Take it to your local auto parts store & get an "O" ring for it.

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Brian G. NY

10-26-2002 08:41:35

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 Re: Re: '49 AC Model B, Gascolator in reply to Leader, 10-25-2002 15:14:08  
I never thought of an O-ring; it probably would seal better than a gasket. Most sediment bowl gaskets however, incorporate a fine screen as well so that any particles that settle in the glass bowl don't find their way into the carburetor. TSC has a pretty good selection of these combo gasket/screens.

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