Fuel barb O-rings ---- THANKS!!!!


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BRYuma43
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Fuel barb O-rings ---- THANKS!!!!

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A shout out to the site and members. I had a sizable leak where the fuel line enters the #3 carb after the fuel pump. I replaced the hose but that didn't fix it. A little searching on here revealed the potential fix.. the o-rings on the fuel barb. Problem solved!




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Re: Fuel barb O-rings ---- THANKS!!!!

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BRYuma43 wrote: Fri Dec 04, 2020 1:19 pm A shout out to the site and members. I had a sizable leak where the fuel line enters the #3 carb after the fuel pump. I replaced the hose but that didn't fix it. A little searching on here revealed the potential fix.. the o-rings on the fuel barb. Problem solved!fuel barb.jpg
Good find. Where did you find the orings to purchase?
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Re: Fuel barb O-rings ---- THANKS!!!!

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Just bought a multi-pack of nitrile o-rings at harbor freight including the 5.8x1.9mm
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