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    Posted: 23 Mar. 2007 at 6:37pm
I may be in need of a fuel bowl gasket. What have you fabricated for  that gasket? That worked.
                        
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Al -
are you talking about the bowl on the carb or the one perhaps on the fuel pump?Confused
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  Local NAPA store here in NC has them...if you cant find any for the glass or the block/pump  let me know I will run into town and get the part ## for you
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Fuel pump.
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i have several new pumps sitting beside me, and they all have thin cork type material being used as a gasket to seal the bowl. you can probably buy it by the sheet and make your own :)  low
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What is the thickness of the cork material, low?  need to know to assure proper strainer clearance nubs in the fuel pump glass bowl.
 
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Ahh cork! Didn't think of that one. That will work. I've heard of some using bike tube rubber but I'm not so sure it would hold up long to gasoline.
 
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Hello Hillbilly - Big%20smile

I would be interested in getting the correct number from NAPA for the cork gasket.

I found a 2" flat rubber washer that it nearly dimensionally correct. It should be 2 1/8" ideally. I just cut a notch as required and it fits nice. 
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I have a TON of high density cork gasket material if anyone wants a piece.  You could get quite a bit of it for 39 or greater first-class postage.
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