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Old 04-21-2009, 07:19 PM   #1
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Default o-ring on carburator housing

where the carb attaches to the engine (the only place the whole thing can twist off) Is there supposed to be a large o-ring there?????????
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:27 PM   #2
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some have 1 o-ring & some have 2 o-rings. Common are one in the corner at the top & about a 1/4 the way up from the bottom of the part that slides, in a grove may be cut for an o-ring to sit in. No grove means one o-ring on the carb. Look down inside your motor & see if those channels the o-rings set in are in the block instead of the carb. Either way all our car motors have at least 1 o-ring only difference is where.
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I have a groove there but there is no o-ring. I have a ofna .26 and just got it from a friend. Just wondering
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Order 1 from nitrohouse.com theyll have a exploded veiw there or can get you the part if you give them a description. That motor went though there warehouse when it came to this country from hong kong.
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