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Scrambler pollution tube repair

Hello; Has any one tried to repair the bell shaped unit {hose runs into top of it. on the drivers side pollution tube. It seems to be cracked where it sits on the pollution tube. My shop will try to weld it this week. -P.S. Any relacement units around?

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I believe that is a check valve. There is a replaceable type that has a female pipe thread on the side that goes to the air injection manifold (pollution tube). So, the ideal repair would be to weld a pipe thread adapter to the manifold in place of the factory check valve, then thread on one of the newer style check valves. That is, of course, if you cannot find a replacement factory style air injection manifold

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