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    Well, Mick,..

    If its only three grams you aughta try again.
    Although the inferior grades of nitrophyll are doomed in USA fuels to swelling, Scheblers seem to have the clearance to accept it, and your fuels may not yet be P4gas.

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    Cotton,
    I don't have a weight of the float.
    The first picture I posted showed the float on the bottom of a canister full of gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aumick10 View Post
    Cotton,
    I don't have a weight of the float.
    The first picture I posted showed the float on the bottom of a canister full of gas.
    That's your gas?.. !

    Yeah, See if Jim will let go of one.

    Otherwise, my prices might go up with the trade wars...

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    The gas is clear, the plastic container is opaque.
    I don't know Jim Parker. Do you have a contact for him.
    Thanks

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    I'm sorry, Mick,..

    I should have posted Jim Parker Indian.
    Google will recognize that!

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    Thanks Tom,
    Did my DLX originally have a horse shoe float, or is it supposed to be a full round float.
    Cheers

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    Cotton,
    I am Australian but have lived in CA and NV for 15 years. I would prefer to buy in the US.

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    I forgot what model you have, Mick!

    If you found a horseshoe, it would make sense to replace it with one,.
    ..
    .. maybe.

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    I have a DLX 66.
    I think this is supposed to have round float on a 1929 JD.
    I also need a bowl gasket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aumick10 View Post
    I have a DLX 66.
    I think this is supposed to have round float on a 1929 JD.
    I also need a bowl gasket.
    Anything's possible, Mick!

    The Service Station Manual only mentions the horseshoes' different setting.

    I'm only guessing,
    But by my Indian lit, it seems they were only for certain HX models.

    Yet they are indeed forgiving.

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    PS: They had a bowl gasket?
    I thought that was invented much later.
    But I made dies anyway.

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