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Old 08-17-2005, 07:17:33 PM
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I just cant seem to find the right position to mount this New Lunkenheimer Vertical Ball Check Valve in my Maytag or on my Briggs. Any ideas?
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Default Re: Maytag/Briggs check valve

That check goes right before the Knudson valve.
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I just cant seem to find the right position to mount this New Lunkenheimer Vertical Ball Check Valve in my Maytag or on my Briggs. Any ideas?
No wonder! it's way too small.
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Sure glad I'm not feeding the engine that uses that!!!
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Just set the Maytag on top of a 55 gallon drum and drop it down in that, you'll be able to run for the next 20 years or so. David.
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Rich, I thought that went before the Kanuter Valve!!
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Rich, I thought that went before the Kanuter Valve!!
Naw, Mike!

The Knauter valve goes just to the left of the Feeblevetzer pivot arm and underneath the frammis frame.

You gotta be careful of the assembly of the fronix tabulator because aggregiousness could occur.

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Old 08-19-2005, 06:43:57 PM
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hey andrew bring it with you when you come to renfro valley rich ,neale ,and i will be able to get it to fit your engine we will use only the best duct tape available to install it on your maytag
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hey andrew bring it with you when you come to renfro valley rich ,neale ,and i will be able to get it to fit your engine we will use only the best duct tape available to install it on your maytag
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When's the Renfro Valley show? I -might- be able to make it.

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the southeastern ky antique gas engine and tractor show will be at renfro valley sept. 30-thru oct 2nd 0.F.E.S will be there evryone welcome look me up if you make eldon ill be there from thurs till the last cat is hung on sun lol alan
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Elden: That might be true, But isn't it dangerously close to the radiator belt? and what about the heat from the muffler bearing?
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the southeastern ky antique gas engine and tractor show will be at renfro valley sept. 30-thru oct 2nd 0.F.E.S will be there evryone welcome look me up if you make eldon ill be there from thurs till the last cat is hung on sun lol alan
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If the phramgulator doesn't seize up, I'll try to be there.

Always like to harrass those OFES guys!

Take care - Elden
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Elden: That might be true, But isn't it dangerously close to the radiator belt? and what about the heat from the muffler bearing?
Andrew:

Now, don't try that fast talkiin city slicker stuff on me!! Anyone knows that the Feeblevetzer doesn't connect to the radiator belt. It goes to the kingpin crown!

Whaddya think - I came on a truckload of punkins or somethin'???!!

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