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Fry 117 Overflow Pipe size
#735662 Fri Sep 13 2019 11:20 AM
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I have a Fry 117 10 gallon that I am restoring. The Overflow pipe seems to be seized up. Any idea where a new one can be purchased. If I need to machine one what should the material be? I see lots of restored pumps with brass pipes.

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Re: Fry 117 Overflow Pipe size
Redgtsviper #735695 Fri Sep 13 2019 08:34 PM
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They are always seized up, lots of penetrating fluid, big pipe wrench, and sometimes a torch especially at the bottom connector. If you screw the pipe too bad, can buy a new one from McMaster-Carr or Vics has them... it's brass.

https://www.vics66.com/store/gas-pu...-gas-pump-parts/m.products/144/view/1511


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