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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 03/24/10 - 1:20am
Author: Randall
Subject: Great stuff
In reply to: Randall, Murre, M31 's message, "a couple 4108 questions" on - Monday - 03/22/10 - 6:43pm

Kathy, that was hilarious. Shared your solution with Joanna. We had a good laugh. Sadly, your idea was turned down flat. UBoat smells are striclty forbidden from my (Joanna's) house. Now that I think of it, that was actually in the prenup. :)

Mike, thanks much. I'll have to look for the flange this weekend when I'm back at the boat...not quite sure what you're referring to. Will check out Trans Atlantic Deisel. I'll also check out the Walker. Never heard of it--curious to know how it helps.

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[> [> Look on page 21 of the 4-108 Part Manual -- Capt'n Mike, - Wednesday - 03/24/10 - 1:47am

Randall,
Look on page 21 of the 4-108 Parts Manual found on this web site. The flange is #9 on the diagram. This is the part I replaced. I think it came with a new cap as well. My cap is on the left side as you face the engine, not the right side as this diagram shows.
Mike


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[> [> No flange -- Randall, - Wednesday - 03/24/10 - 5:00pm

Thanks Mike. I'll check again--maybe I'm just missing it--but on Murre's Perkins I think the flange and the tank are one unit.


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