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Thread: DC Linkert Idle Tube

  1. #11
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    Cotten,
    Thanks for looking. Yes, it's a simple tube, but it has a swaged sleeve on the bottom that I would have a hard time duplicating.
    Bill Pedalino
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    Quote Originally Posted by T. Cotten View Post
    It doesn't look right, Wz507,..

    (DC on far right in pic.)
    Late edit: Doh, that's the nozzle. Sorry.

    It appears to be a simple brass tube, Bill!

    Unfortunately, I have none currently on the bench to copy, but plenty of 3/16" tubing if you need any.

    ....Cotten
    Also, there's a small inlet hole (about 0.027" Dia.) drilled through one side of the tube just above the pressed-on sleeve. The sleeve is closed on one side thus acting as s stop so that the fuel only enters through the side hole and drawn up.
    Bill Pedalino
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    Got a pic, Bill?

    (Next to a ruler would help..)

    It sounds simple; Can you draw one?

    ....Cotten
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