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    Default Ultimate well nut repair

    802a. I couldn't bring myself to fix junk with junk, not on my machine. Maybe a grass cutter.Nitrile or not those things are doomed. This even comes with a viton o-ring. Here is the permanent fix. $10.99 + S/H
    You do need to remove the fuel filler so you can get your arm in the tank. I was going to fish it in with a small piece of cable but I decided I wanted the tank spic and span. Fishing it through would be tough but on a bet I could pull it off.
    Here is what you need.
    http://www.plastic-mart.com/product/...rlington-10897
    And a 3/4 inch washer , perfect fit no modifications required.
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    It is a tight fit on the inside radius of the tank but it proved to be no problem. Enjoy
    Last edited by boatman69; 08-27-2017 at 22:03.

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    Thanks for finding a great alternative, I agree with not wanting to fix junk with junk.

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    What exactly did you fix?
    Have owned A whole bunch of jeeps, trucks and armor. Still have a few.

    I love my carbon footprint and no I don't own a Toyota.

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    Fuel tank

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    802A or 803A ??

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    802

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    What is the 3/4" washer for ??

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    Behind the nut on the outside of the tank

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    Wow. Finally a real fix. Im sorry i couldnt find that myself.

    SICK and tired of leaky well nuts. Ordered! $20.23 shipped and WELL worth it if it keeps my genset bone dry of leaky diesel!

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    Thanks, I bought two. $16 shipping is a rip but if they work well worth it.

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