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Re: Can this be fixed?

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Jerry W

01-05-2013 20:33:45

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Bring that carburator by my house and we will have it cleaned up, v-ed out, brazed and re-tapped if needed in about 10 minutes. Add another 5 minutes and we can have the braze joint dressed and the carb repainted Flambeau Red so you could never tell it was fixed.


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01-06-2013 10:11:55

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 Re: Can this be fixed? in reply to Jerry W, 01-05-2013 20:33:45  
Sounds good Jerry.. Where is your house?

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Jerry W

01-06-2013 18:49:39

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 Re: Can this be fixed? in reply to casedc3, 01-06-2013 10:11:55  
Menomonie Wisconsin, About an hour east of St Paul right off I-94.

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01-06-2013 12:34:31

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 Re: Can this be fixed? in reply to casedc3, 01-06-2013 10:11:55  
Fix it as he describes and then do not put teflon tape on it , it's very easy so split a thin area like that as Teflon tape causes you to loose the feel for how tight you're getting it and the wedge power of that tapered thread just splits it. Tighten it modestly after the repair and assemble it with Loctite 271 to seal it.

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