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Re: part No for hollow bolt that holds sediment bowl to carb?

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36 coupe

10-13-2012 04:34:13
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You need 2 copper or fiber washers on each side of the sediment bowl.I drilled the center hole deeper and drilled a new cross hole on mine.I made all the measurements and offered to post them.No interest.Cant see paying twenty bucks for a part you can make for twentyfive cents.You do need a drill press and vise.I put all the measurements in one of my notebooks.Now if I can find it Ill make you one for postage cost.I spent 10 minutes modifying my bolt so making a new one should take about the same time.

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10-13-2012 18:15:11
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 Re: part No for hollow bolt that holds sediment bowl to carb? in reply to 36 coupe, 10-13-2012 04:34:13  
36coupe I like your price on the bolts. I have a 860 & I changed the carb. not sure I have the right bolt.it did have a large carb on it. it isa ford Industial eng.



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10-14-2012 03:29:14
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 Re: part No for hollow bolt that holds sediment bowl to carb? in reply to wayne-N-Ind., 10-13-2012 18:15:11  
I altered my bolt by drilling the center hole deeper and drilling a new cross hole.My tractor has the small sediment bowl.The cross drilled hole has to take in gas in a restricted area if its drilled in the wrong place.Only becomes a problem at high rpm.I cant see paying twenty bucks for a bolt that takes little time to make.I should remind everyone to go easy tightening this bolt as the drilling weakens the bolt.

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