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marvel shebler carb dltx34

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10-12-2018 03:58:35

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any ideas on how to remove the main nozzle ?? seems awfully rusted in.

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10-12-2018 07:43:20

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 Re: marvel shebler carb dltx34 in reply to ohiojim, 10-12-2018 03:58:35  
Tap the nozzle with a # 10 tap and use a bolt with a spacer to pull it out. Ron MN

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10-12-2018 04:33:41

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 Re: marvel shebler carb dltx34 in reply to ohiojim, 10-12-2018 03:58:35  
Heating it up and letting it cool should help a lot. I always use a Harbor Freight small slide hammer with a screw type tip to get them out.

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10-12-2018 05:09:15

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 Re: marvel shebler carb dltx34 in reply to Mike M, 10-12-2018 04:33:41  
thanks,...i'll give it a try

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10-12-2018 20:30:52

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 Re: marvel shebler carb dltx34 in reply to ohiojim, 10-12-2018 05:09:15  
They are brass and carb is cast, They do not rust together BUT the rust does expand and close up the available clearance around nozzle and tightens it. Three things if you don't want to end up buying a new one. First, sand blast the hole where you want it to slip out of...obvious reasons , next hit the end of it with acetylene welding tip and get hot until you see pretty jade green flames come out and keep "flashing " it for 15 seconds or so as long as green keeps flashing. Do NOT melt the brass. Now squirt with some PB Blaster and after cooled down, tap it with any size tap that you have some long threaded rod for. Thread it in and put a heavy washer on and the nut and tighten down and it should pull right out. It may come without all the preliminary steps , but better safe than sorry. There is only a short (less than 1/4" ) section of the nozzle that is a tight fit. That's all that is holding it so that's why you need to thoroughly clean the path it has to slide over to get out or it will come hard all the way.

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