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Sediment Bowl Gasket

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Todd Widener

09-12-2011 12:26:47
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I need to get a new Sediment Bowl Gasket. The old one is cork. Are people using the cork as org. or are there rubber gaskets that you can get now that hold up better?

The old parts book shows they were sold in 20 count packages. I see that they may have replaced them often in the early days.

Mine is leaking gas because I think I over tightened it. I did not use to leak.




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davediehl@hotmail.com

09-12-2011 19:31:15
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
Tractor Supply and Rural King stores sell cork gaskets for about 3 bucks. Comes with the screen if needed. They work great. If I get another 30 years on this one, I'd say its cheap enough.



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MSD

09-12-2011 18:00:37
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
Last one I got from Deere was a rubber one and it has held good. Some of the cork ones are made from cork with to big of particles and they tend to leak. The better ones are of finer material and may even be rubberized.



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Dave H

09-12-2011 17:46:07
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
I will use nothing but cork.

As I recall the cork ones for Ford 8N fits the bowl to a T.

As I looked at your original post I did not see what you are putting the gasket on.

There is a larger one I found that is the same for the Farmall M and the D 15 II Allis.

They are out there and you don't have to go to NAPA or Mother Deere.



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Bob Harvey

09-13-2011 17:29:22
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Dave H, 09-12-2011 17:46:07  
Ditto - cork. They can be had for about $.50 (buy a few). Been using them since '71 (replaced 2). Yep, the one for the Ford 'N' fit mine. HTH



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JCarroll

09-12-2011 15:37:12
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
NAPA #730-9510 for the Dubuque tractors



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Greenfrog

09-12-2011 13:21:33
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
I made one out of gasket paper. You can buy it off the roll at implement dealers and auto supply stores.



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Carlyle Hoffman

09-12-2011 13:03:27
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
Go to dealer and get CORK ,as the RUBBER ones in this APPLICATION aren't worth the time involved.
Trust me , been there done that.



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Mike M

09-12-2011 12:59:47
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
If it has been overtightened much it bends the pot metal housings makeing them leak worse. you may still have the old cast iron type ? I don't like those as they never really shut off the fuel flow. Everytime I pull off a fuel bowl I use a new gasket. They never seem to be reuseable for me.



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F-I-T

09-12-2011 12:57:08
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
Deere sells them in singles, too. Those old parts book references were for the parts guy so he'd know if he was about to get stuck with 19 extra slow moving parts.



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Mark-Ia

09-12-2011 12:47:52
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
Most Farm and Home Stores have them also.



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larry baker

09-12-2011 12:38:38
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
You can go to carquest or O'riley and get them,they are cork and they come in two different sizes.I keep a few of both on the shelf.If you need the parts number let me know if you cant find them



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Todd Widener

09-12-2011 13:06:12
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to larry baker, 09-12-2011 12:38:38  
Send me the part numbers and I will give them a look over.

Thanks.



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Hotflashjr

09-12-2011 12:36:45
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 Re: Sediment Bowl Gasket in reply to Todd Widener, 09-12-2011 12:26:47  
I bought a sheet of cork material from Tractor Supply and just make my own for my tractors. Trace the bowl with a good knife then cut out the middle and away you go.



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