I am looking for one of the carburetor fuel shutoff valves pictured below. It has been on backorder from the vendors for a while.
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I have some extra Antique Ford Parts # T-2915 or Lang's Catalog # 6055RE Made in the USA with packing nut and gland. Does this help or are you stuck on the tear drop design?
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The style Dan's photo shows is a much better design as it can be easily disassembled to clean & lube much like an original type petcock - the style you are referring to have a nasty tendency to "stick" bad after not to much use ! I have several of the "not as good" type I'd give away for the cost of postage !
Dan, you might try an Auto Parts store, like Napa, they may have the valve in question.
ACE may have it too.
Thanks for the suggestions but like Steve says, the one pictured above can be maintained and it retains the appearance of an original type valve. I think they are casted by Bob Scherzer.
Back to the original question. Does anyone have one of the valves pictured above that they would part with?
When Bob started making these the plug went down into the body much further. They keep creeping up for some reason.
Youíre right. Maybe as a way to take up for wear over time? Depending on how strict you are, it gets moved a lot.
Iíve found a valve. Thanks MTFCA!
Also for anyone who may be interested, I have good information that more are being produced and on their way soon. However, they sell quick so you may want to get on a waiting list.