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Harmon Moody

09-08-2003 18:21:31

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Need to find a source for O-rings that are on the cylinders.

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Harmon Moody

09-08-2003 18:25:11

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 Re: Cylinder O-rings in reply to Harmon Moody, 09-08-2003 18:21:31  
The model for o-rings is a WD

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09-09-2003 20:39:22

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 Re: Re: Cylinder O-rings in reply to Harmon Moody, 09-08-2003 18:25:11  
i would think someone like normstoys.com would have them. i measured mine on the B motor i overhauled and bought a box of 25 from McMaster Carr for $20. have enought for next motor, smaller than a WC.

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Harmon Moody

09-11-2003 14:03:49

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 Re: Re: Re: Cylinder O-rings in reply to steve, 09-09-2003 20:39:22  
David. Could not find .140. Next size up would be 3/16 or .1857. I appreciate any help you can give.

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09-09-2003 20:43:47

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 Re: Re: Re: Cylinder O-rings in reply to steve, 09-09-2003 20:39:22  
The WD O'rings are .140 cross section with 4.00 ID and are made of Neoprene. McMaster Carr lists them in their catalogue.

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