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Fairbanks Morse "Y"


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Old 07-18-2005, 11:10:11 AM
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I need some help with the fuel injector on a Y engine. I think I am missing some inner parts. All that is in mine is a brass ball inside the nozzle.Is there other parts like a inner spring,inner valve, and a rod with a collar on it to control the fuel flow?
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Default Re: Fairbanks Morse "Y"

Go to my website at http://home.earthlink.net/~jlwiley123 to see a picture of the fuel injector from my Y motor. I need the brass parts that screw into the steel body of the injector, and that the tubing from the pump screws into (I also need the tubing from the pump).

Assuming your Y motor has the same kind of injector as mine, yes there is a cone shaped spring and a threaded rod with a collar that controls fuel flow. You can see those in the "injector" picture on the 3rd page of my web site (download the picture for better resolution than shows up on the web page).

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