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Webhead last won the day on November 5 2016

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  1. No sorry, you do not have enough clout here, yet. Moderator please remove this. Go Blues! Joe in St. Louis
  2. This boat came with the very rare Octura modified engine with a rotary valve. I transferred the engine in to the White Heat, which was much more appropriate. Thanks for that link.
  3. I would like to sell this boat, sans engine if anybody is interested.
  4. I have found them at one of the good ol' True Value Hardware stores that carry the odd old stuff that you cannot find any more.
  5. Leave it. I've never had a problem with them. Use clean fuel and a good pre-filter.
  6. Also, sometimes if you just walk away from them for a while, come back and try again, they fire right up and run like a top! Don’t forget to make sure that your fuel tank is venting properly.
  7. I have done all of mine with lubriplate. Johnboy ^^^ explains it to a tee, and David ^^^ puts a lid on it.
  8. Orline chainsaw fuel tank gaskets were popular, back when I had 'em.
  9. David, those retaining clips are a nightmare and I never did figure out how to install them. I have literally spent hours on them. Call me stupid, but they suck. The later retaining spring is a much better design and I have actually cut grooves in older recoil housings with a Dremel to accept the later style.
  10. Nice addition! Don’t see those brochures very often.
  11. The bottle allows the tank to vent in all different positions without leaking fuel.
  12. I have many parts for this engine, including original carb and electrical components.
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