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Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use????

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Mike1972chev

03-25-2012 14:57:24
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Hello Gentlemen,

Awhile back I saw this posted,but cannot remember????

On my Super M,What do you use on the fuel shut off stem?? Does IH or CNH still offer the correct seal,or do I have to use something else???




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neblinc

03-26-2012 16:42:53
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to KEN IND., 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
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I have to disagree with you. here is what it says on the package.

certified by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) USA for usage in threaded assemblies handling Gasoline, Petroleum Oils, Propane, Butane, Naptha, Benzene, Kerosene, Natural Gas for pressures not over 100 PSIG (File No: MH 25476).

Randy



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400D Guy

03-26-2012 11:08:43
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
I took my leaky shutoff valve apart and put a rubber o-ring between the stem and cap that mounts the stem to the body. So far, no leaks, and if it does, another o-ring, I guess.



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Old weldor

03-25-2012 19:23:57
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
On my f 20 I used graphite faucet packing,available at any hardware store.doesnt leak!



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Denny ('60 Lo-Boy)

03-25-2012 17:31:57
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to AG in IN, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
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That is for gas, not gasoline.



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gene bender

03-25-2012 16:50:05
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
I have used string,teflon tape and packing stuff.



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neblinc

03-25-2012 15:42:59
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
I use the yellow Teflon tape that is gas & oil resistant.

Randy



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jfrankhash

03-25-2012 15:38:50
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
Ace hardware Teflon Packing 3/32X36".
Stock #9DA0080794.
Costs almost nothing, works great. John



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Janicholson

03-25-2012 15:15:08
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Fuel Shut off packing.What to use???? in reply to Mike1972chev, 03-25-2012 14:57:24  
Use Teflon pipe tape. Take about 1.5" and twist it into a rope. Remove the packing nut and wrap the tape around the shaft (with the original packing still in it) rethread the nut and tighten such that it takes a little bit of effort to use the valve handle. If it still leaks, tighten till it stops. If it locks the valve, back off some and work the packing nut and stem till it neither leaks or is too hard to turn off. Jim

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