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Old March 27th, 2016, 02:15 PM
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3.5 V8 Carb issue

Hi I have 3.5 V8 with SU carbs. If anyone know this setup know that there is a pipe coming into the carb with a T junction to send fuel to the second carb. There is a small brass fitting with nut that feeds fuel into the first carb and the not connects to the T junction. There seems to be a hole in the the pipe of the brass fitting as when I switch the ignition on I have a small spray of fuel coming out. Does anyone know what this fitting is called and where I can buy a replacement?

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Old March 27th, 2016, 02:42 PM
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Have a look at this link. http://www.allbrit.de/UNI.cfm?PAGE=749777&SPRACHE=EN

Part number you need will be listed.
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Old March 27th, 2016, 02:44 PM
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Take the offending pipe off and goto a local welder and get it patched with a bronze-silicon MIG.

If your willing to mail it to me, with a return mailing envelope , Ill get it patched at no cost.
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Many thanks. I am still having trouble finding the part I need. The exploded diagram in this thread seems to have every part but the one I need. Its the part that the fuel line assembly fits to.
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Many thanks. I am still having trouble finding the part I need. The exploded diagram in this thread seems to have every part but the one I need. Its the part that the fuel line assembly fits to.

A picture would help.
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Old March 28th, 2016, 03:00 PM
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Many thanks. I am still having trouble finding the part I need. The exploded diagram in this thread seems to have every part but the one I need. Its the part that the fuel line assembly fits to.
There are a ton of other pages in the parts catalog. Look through until you find the thing you need.

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