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Farmall M sediment bowl

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rkbenish

08-12-2017 13:36:21




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I cannot find a sediment bowl that will fit my Farmall M tank the stem going into the gas tank is a half inch and the normal ones are bigger I don't know if this sediment bowl was customized but I can't find a replacement and my old one is starting to leak. Can you help?




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TractormanNC

08-14-2017 13:45:08




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:36:21  
Boys, you better listen to Dave. He knows his stuff.I have a 40 M bought new by grandfather and it has a 1/4 inch pipe thread in the bottom. Matter of fact, just replaced sediment bowl last spring. Go to a GOOD auto parts or hydraulic place and get a 1/4 x 1/8 male tomale adapter and a sediment bowl with a 1/8 female thread inlet. NAPA 730-2360



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D Slater

08-12-2017 15:02:23




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:36:21  
If you happen to have a early enough M the tank outlet was 1/4 inch pipe threads that would be close to 1/2 OD on bowl or ID in tank.



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Andy Martin

08-12-2017 14:57:14




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:36:21  
Also there is a seat at each position, open it all the way to run and it will seat open to seal the packing from the gas stream.



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Janicholson

08-12-2017 13:59:58




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:36:21  
Replacements are sold right here on YT. The thread "size" is close to 1/2" but the thread designated size is (I think) 3/8 NPT/ The ones from here will fit a standard Farmall tank. Jim



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flying belgian

08-12-2017 13:45:08




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:36:21  
Leak where? Gasket? Just cut a new gasket.



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rkbenish

08-12-2017 13:56:14




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to flying belgian, 08-12-2017 13:45:08  
Leaking through the valve to turn it on and off



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leroy in ne

08-12-2017 14:13:10




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to rkbenish, 08-12-2017 13:56:14  
tighten the packing nut, if tight - back off nut and add packing and re adjust.



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Used red mn

08-12-2017 14:44:28




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 Re: Farmall M sediment bowl in reply to leroy in ne, 08-12-2017 14:13:10  
2x on Jim's answer of 3/8"NPT that is a the original size anyway. Unless your tank has had a different/ larger what I call "thread bung" installed. Also 2x the answer by Leroy about adding packing. An old trick my grandpa used, was to back off the packing nut pull it back. Then wrap 5 or so rounds of string around the valve shaft and retighten. Just a way to compress the packing more if you don't have any on hand. If by "leaking through" you mean it is not stopping gas flow to the carb when shut off that probably mean replacement because the aluminum seat has corroded. Good luck!

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