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Re: Is there a reliable sediment bowl O-ring out there?

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I'll have to try to find an all cork one. I've been using the rubber/neoprene ones and the cork composite ones. I'll have to look into the O'Reilly's one also. Is that a local parts store? Or, can you order them on-line somehow? I'm not familiar with O'Reilly's in my area. (SE PA)

My bail and threads are clean and anti-siezed. It seems I've had it on and off a dozen times in the last few months. I try not to overtighten and keep snugging it up a little but the leak will stop for a short time and then continue.
I'll have to check the bowl for a chip next time I take it off.
I'll keep trying. Thanks for the responses.

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01-13-2013 13:22:55

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 Re: Is there a reliable sediment bowl O-ring out there? in reply to GLC, 01-13-2013 13:06:33  
O'Reilly's is a part store chain sort of like NAPA and is well known in the mid west. That part number if given to NAPA should get you the same part since it is made by some other company any how. By the way this package says made in the U.S.A on it

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