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I need a rebuild kit for a CSR 350D oxy regulator or just new seat assy the seal is bad

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SOURCE: need parts for victor 272654 oxy reg

I will sell exterior parts only,I do sell internal regulator parts but only to certified technicians that have the test equip and can re-certify the gauges after a re-build

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1993 waverunner bogging down on take off. New rebuilt carb, will low oil level cause this? Is there a low level switch /?


Only of you have ran the engine out of oil...Sounds like the carbs may not be set correctly.. .Did a professional do the rebuild?..What exactly was "rebuilt".. were any parts replaced?
Sounds like the low speed (pilot jets/air screw passages may not be clean as they need to be??)
Please check the compression on each cylinder..remove the spark plugs... hold the throttle (carbs) wide open when you check this.. spin the motor for 5-8 seconds... you should get 120psi. minimum..(and less than 10psi difference).. if less, it might be time to actually rebuild the top end..(new pistons/rings/hone cyl.).. only bore it if absolutely necessary.. get it measured..

There are only 3 parts in a two-cycle carb that ever need to be replaced,,(unless they are actually broken) The needle and seat assy., the jet needle and the needle jet. ..see pic... parts # 41 = needle and seat assy. #6 = jet needle, #37 = needle jet.

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The needle and seat regulate the flow of gas into the carb as the floats rise and fall..,, if they are damaged or leaking the carb will overflow with gas., the needle jet is a orifice with a specific size..The jet needle has a specific size, taper, and length..== The jet needle and needle jet work in unison to regulate the flow of gas from right off idle all the way to WFO..the needle jet/jet needle WILL wear over time causing the fuel/air mixture to become richer and richer and start fouling spark plugs..(this is more pronounced on 4-cycle ATV's)...
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I was using my single mixer kitchen tap or faucet I could not turn the water off, I can only turn off the water under the sink. How can I fix this problem I


Without seeing the faucet or knowing any other details, it sounds as if the o-rings or seats are bad. Most likely twisted or misaligned if the problem is such that it won't turn off. If the faucet assembly is loose, these small components can come out or become misaligned. Write down all the information you can about the specific brand and model faucet, then take this down to your local hardware professional and ask for the rebuild kit. You may need valves in addition to seats, springs, washers and o-rings (depending on the model). Most companies have kits for doing these rebuilds. Check also the seal made at the seat. If this is not tight, water will flow. Be sure you ask which, if any, special tools are necessary to remove the faucet assembly and various components. These tools are sometimes standard and sometimes specialized or unique to a certain brands/models (ie: handle pullers, seat pullers, valve wrenches). Final tip: before doing any faucet work, always remove the aerator to allow any debris to pass through the line and flush thoroughly upon completion before reinstalling the aerator.

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Air is leaking from regulator knob on my d55146 compressor. will a regulator rebuild kit fix it or do i need a hole new regulator?


Yes. A rebuild kit will include all seals and o-rings needed.
This project is best handled at a service center...Reason being that the rebuild requires making sure that all seal surfaces are a clean machine surface to properly reseat and seal..

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Todd engine for Lawn Tractor not getting fuel. bought a carb kit now what


kit should have included new needle and seat along with gaskets and possible welch plugs. Depends on kit purchased. Just need to remove and rebuild carb. They are very simple to rebuild, but need to clean all existing jets and everything else accessible first. Hopefully instructions were included, if not, will need to know model # to get info on how to rebuild carb.

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sorry, there are no kits for that. just have to drill out the rivets and replace the regulator assy.

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Bostitch n80s nail gun leaks air at the trigger.. I need instructions as how to remove the trigger assembly and replace with a new one. I have the new trigger assy.. Any help will be greatly...


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List of all components for a top end rebuild. Is there a kit out there?


  1. Piston
  2. piston rings
  3. head gasket
  4. Cylinder base gasket
  5. Fresh bore on cylinder (if it can be bored), see note
  6. Possibly valves, valve guides and valve seals, see note
  7. Miscellaneous seals and gaskets
NOTE; some cylinders are nickle plated and can not be bored unless re-plated. If cylinder is beyond repair then replace it. The valves should be re-seated. If any dishing or valve stretch is present, the bad valves must be replaced. Valve guides seldom need replaced but valve guide seals could be bad. If the bike gives a puff of white smoke when started after sitting for 5 or 10 minutes then replace the seals.

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Installing rear brake caliper rebuild kit.


To remove piston safely use the brake pedal to press out piston. You will need to remove the pads so it can do this. You will need a container to catch the fluid when the piston comes out. Clean the the piston with a fine polishing cloth 600 grit or higher so as not to leave scratches, replace piston if it pitted or burred. Clean inside of caliper, remove inside seal with dental type tool. Roll in the new seal, position same as old one. install new outter dust boot if equipped with one. Lubricate seal and leading edge of piston with brake fluid. Slide piston into calipier. You will need to make sure it is started straight and then use a C-clamp to compress the piston all the way in. Never ever use any oils or grease any any internal brake parts because it will cause seal failure. Clean parts are critical, but again , no petroleum products. Good luck

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