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Pipe from the carb to the air filter on the WD45

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Fred in sunny C

06-03-2002 07:54:42




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where can I get a new pipe for this tractor. Someone put a m----y Mouse hose on this and I want to make it right,the tractor is all painted up,great tin,beautiful decals,just needs air pipe. Thanks for the info-Fred




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Dave Grubb

06-03-2002 11:20:06




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 Re: Pipe from the carb to the air filter on the WD45 in reply to Fred in sunny Connecticut, 06-03-2002 07:54:42  
The stock item is a hose, not a pipe. Try Sandy Lake Implement for a replacement hose.



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Fred

06-03-2002 12:09:30




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 Re: Re: Pipe from the carb to the air filter on the WD45 in reply to Dave Grubb, 06-03-2002 11:20:06  
Do they have an email address,what city or state are they in? thanks-Freddie



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Dave Grubb

06-03-2002 12:44:03




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 Re: Re: Re: Pipe from the carb to the air filter on the WD45 in reply to Fred, 06-03-2002 12:09:30  
They are at sandylakeimp@hotmail.com .



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