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Mc cormick deering 10-20 parts

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1468 Chris

11-07-2012 16:29:29
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Im wondering where the best place to get some parts for a 10 20 would be? Im in need of a carb kit and float, mine is a cork float, can i put a brass float in it?. I also need a fan belt and it should have everything in the ignition replaced. Its been sittin in a barn and hasn't run since 1970 until today. Im sure i'll have more questions. Thanks




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Nebraska Kirk

11-07-2012 19:33:58
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 Re: Mc cormick deering 10-20 parts in reply to 1468 Chris, 11-07-2012 16:29:29  
Yes, you can get a brass float, but you have to solder it to your existing float arm. Not a big deal if you have soldering tools. The new cork floats are coated to resist the modern gas. I have had no trouble with them. But the brass float from one source is actually cheaper than the cork.

Here are the two main sources for new 10-20 parts.

www.riceequipmentinc.com

www.thefordsonhouse.com

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Janicholson

11-07-2012 19:33:01
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 Re: Mc cormick deering 10-20 parts in reply to 1468 Chris, 11-07-2012 16:29:29  
This will sure be a source, Try this site as well they may have a selection.



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stumper

11-07-2012 20:07:30
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 Re: Mc cormick deering 10-20 parts in reply to Janicholson, 11-07-2012 19:33:01  
thank you Jim looks like they have a lot of good stuff.
thanks again , stumper



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