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Yeah i realize its a shot in the dark but I got to try. Im trying to figure out how to adapt the current carb to tri fuel. I figure that would be an easier route. Just need to make a vacuum port for the regulator (easy part)and figure out where to place the venturi for the propane (difficult). I know they make kits for couple hundred $ but that takes all the fun out of it. Im also looking at other tri fuel carbs and maybe fabricate an adaptor for that.

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Jim PM sent. I don't want to hijack this post with all my questions.
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I'd be happy to help - go ahead and start a thread, or just post in the thread I linked above...
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I need a couple fuse holders with caps for my 6.5NH, along with an exhaust tube. Anybody have some available?
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The fuse holders should be available at your local auto parts store for a few $ ea. If not any electrical supply will have them.

Not sure what "exhaust tube" you are looking for. If it is not part of the manifold, that should also be available at the auto parts store or have an exhaust shop make one. Either option should be cheaper & prettier than shipping a used one.
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I need a couple fuse holders with caps for my 6.5NH, along with an exhaust tube. Anybody have some available?
Can you show a photo of the type fuseholders needed?
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Can you show a photo of the type fuseholders needed?
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I went to two auto parts stores locally at lunch and nobody had anything. Earlier I was looking for 3AG fuses holders, but noticed they are actually AGC fuses which has yielded more results in my online search.



Max: the exhaust tube is the outlet of the exhaust manifold into the muffler. The little short stubby piece.
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I went to two auto parts stores locally at lunch and nobody had anything. Earlier I was looking for 3AG fuses holders, but noticed they are actually AGC fuses which has yielded more results in my online search.



Max: the exhaust tube is the outlet of the exhaust manifold into the muffler. The little short stubby piece.
I bought Bussmann panel mount fuse holders from this guy on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/BUSSMANN-HTA...sAAOSwsB9WD-jN
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I bought Bussmann panel mount fuse holders from this guy on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/BUSSMANN-HTA...sAAOSwsB9WD-jN
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Pulled up your link and at the bottom eBay provided another auction for a pack of 12 and free shipping. Each price is $1.50.

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I am assuming you have an NH, not an NHE or another NH model. The full model & serial number, part #, or a picture would be very helpful.

I am looking at the NH parts manual and seeing a piece that runs down in front of the fan shroud with a flange on one end to bolt to the manifold. Part #154-1578. Is this what you are needing?
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