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Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2003 22:07:10 +0000
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Orca finally swallowed that duck ...


Paul Halliday wrote: > I mean thin, worn slivers of rubber like the edges of a diaphragm, > presumably from inside the valve. I've not exploded the valve, so I don't > actually know its construction. Gotcha. > I'll ask my garage (and NeoBrothers). I've never actually seen a 900 is a > scrap yard, and there are a few in my neck of the woods. I'll do an internet > search as well - it's the kind of thing you can pull off and pocket if you > see one on a scapped car, eh? :) When I lived in Southampton, I had 2 breakers yards very near me. Each had at least 2 900s and a 9000 at any one time. Very useful. I'm sure NeoBros will find you one. > Righty, first thing tomorrow before firing up - folding the ends over and > securing with a clamp would be okay? Yup, that should be fine. -- Grunff

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