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    how come my font is black?

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    fixed it

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    If you move quick, you can get a used adapter on the cheap (and source your own threaded red brass pipe) https://greenmountaingenerators.com/...0-00-066-1235/

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    I sourced all the fittings from aux. line down to pick up tube cut to length from Cunningham fluid power inc. Ocala Florida, about $33.
    I have yet to find a barrel cover myself, I check under plastic cover for moisture often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Light in the Dark View Post
    If you move quick, you can get a used adapter on the cheap (and source your own threaded red brass pipe) https://greenmountaingenerators.com/...0-00-066-1235/
    Has anybody bought one yet. I seen post of others looking for new rubber because the old dried up. Since these are used I wonder about condition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light in the Dark View Post
    If you move quick, you can get a used adapter on the cheap (and source your own threaded red brass pipe) https://greenmountaingenerators.com/...0-00-066-1235/
    That's more than I paid for complete adapters. If you watch on fleabay you can find them sometimes where someone doesn't know what they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light in the Dark View Post
    If you move quick, you can get a used adapter on the cheap (and source your own threaded red brass pipe) https://greenmountaingenerators.com/...0-00-066-1235/
    THANKS I got the last one, hope the rubber isn't dried out

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    Howdy,
    Why not just buy a new one?
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    Because $130.00 is just too much

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    What ever you do, when you get it, take the time to rub some silicone grease into the rubber. It keeps the rubber from cracking. If the bung adapter is outside in the sun, once, twice a year is good.

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