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630 gas tank sediment bowl assembly

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01-07-2013 13:07:28

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I had the entire sediment bowl assembly off the tractor to put in the new rubber diaphragms. I now have a leak around the pipe threads from the tank to the sediment bowl assembly. I can not really tighten it because then it doesn't line up with the gas line and oil pressure lines. I tried liquid pipe seal and it leaked. Do you guys have any suggestions? Thanks, Denny

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01-07-2013 20:42:39

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 Re: 630 gas tank sediment bowl assembly in reply to DMJS, 01-07-2013 13:07:28  
I use some white stuff but can't remember the name or spelling of it. Anorobic (SP) or something like that. Made for fuels and oils. Works good. Got it at the hydraulic place.

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01-07-2013 15:04:24

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 Re: 630 gas tank sediment bowl assembly in reply to DMJS, 01-07-2013 13:07:28  
Wrap the pipe treads with teflon tape make sure you wrap the tape so it follows the threaded direction of the assembly as you screw it in you really do not need it that tight to not leak keep checking your fuel line allignment as you screw it in so you dont have to back it of you may have to experiment a few times to get the right amount of tape on the threads and get a firm fit, good luck

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Mike M

01-07-2013 13:41:22

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 Re: 630 gas tank sediment bowl assembly in reply to DMJS, 01-07-2013 13:07:28  
Use permetex # 1 I think that is the number for the hardening type of sealer. Let it set and cure for a day before refueling. Later if needed it will come apart without too much extra effort. I always keep the hardening and non-hardening permetex sealers on hand.

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