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McCormick Deering 1.5 /3 HP engines - Mixers

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Default McCormick Deering 1.5 /3 HP engines - Mixers

Hi, I`m rebuilding two overstrikes and I have decided to make the fuel needles to fit the homemade siphons ( Both engines have corrosion in the mixers and are Kero/water units). The question is..the jet orifice size require to feed the engines. Has anyone done this before and can offer advice? Thanks Jon. (Adelaide)
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