Non vacuum RH carb body AUC1342

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Re: Non vacuum RH carb body AUC1342

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I will have a look this evening.
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I repaired my by drilling and tapping I think M4, which was the size of the peg, screwed in a bolt with some locktite and then cut down to length.

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Re: Non vacuum RH carb body AUC1342

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Hi Ed,

Yes, that was my plan when back to work next week, drill, tap and screw a cap head bolt in. Then carefully file or use my Katsu mini angle grinder to cut the sides off to replicate the boss as required.

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