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Old 03-09-2010, 02:04 AM   #501
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Stumbled across this old pic in an old archive on an old drive. Thought you gun guys might get a kick out of it.

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Old 03-09-2010, 08:17 AM   #502
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Crane, I do believe.

Haven't seen one of those in a while!
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I cant find redwoods post he was correct also. Good Job. Colgar also was correct,it is a crane.
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What do you use for a T2B gasket on those, Master?
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What do you use for a T2B gasket on those, Master?
I haven't had to do one in along time but the few I've done we cut out of a sheet of rubatex material. it comes in various thickness. Its like sponge rubber material that common y2b gaskets are made from.
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I haven't had to do one in along time but the few I've done we cut out of a sheet of rubatex material. it comes in various thickness. Its like sponge rubber material that common y2b gaskets are made from.
The last time I had one, I used a felt gasket for a wall hung stool. I like your idea better.
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The last time I had one, I used a felt gasket for a wall hung stool. I like your idea better.
My uncle used those...and it works too. Nothing wrong with either way. Dont those felt gaskets come with a tube of oil...if I remember right?
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My uncle used those...and it works too. Nothing wrong with either way. Dont those felt gaskets come with a tube of oil...if I remember right?
IIRC, the ones I have bought come in a sealed plastic baggie already oiled.

Josam, maybe?
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I cant find redwoods post he was correct also. Good Job. Colgar also was correct,it is a crane.
Thats cause I PM'd you asking if the inside of the tank had big ol lumps of ceramic piled on top of where those bolts went like the ones I had seen...

I can see with this pic you posted that it does...



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