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1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size

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scootergmc

07-12-2018 09:32:48




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Hello all,
I was wondering if anyone had the dimensions of the fuel line rubber grommets/seals inside the fittings? They're referred to in the parts manual as a "sleeve, 5/16 tube" with a part number S1936 (not illustrated).
I just replaced them from our extra mixed assortment, basically trial/error till I found some tall enough that fit. The ones I replaced were very broken/decayed and probably contributed to injection pump failure. But I would like to know the size, just so I can have some extra onhand. Thanks.

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scootergmc

07-13-2018 11:25:59




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to scootergmc, 07-12-2018 09:32:48  
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Then what is the 1936? Was there a separate standard parts general catalog?



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IanC

07-13-2018 18:40:34




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to scootergmc, 07-13-2018 11:25:59  
Just use description, just means they bought it from outside vendor as a standard item, like the manufacturers version of McMaster-Carr. If your local AGCO dealer is a Massey they should still have a fast moving parts section in their generic parts book (grease guns, SAE hydraulic cylinders, etc.). If a dealer near you carries Sparex after market parts I know the have fuel line "olive" kits as I used to stock them.

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wgm

07-17-2018 08:21:28




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to IanC, 07-13-2018 18:40:34  
What is the manufacturers version of McMaster Carr? Been buying from them for 45 years and never of it.



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IanC

07-13-2018 06:20:37




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to scootergmc, 07-12-2018 09:32:48  
An "S" part number means they are "standard hardware" items and not dedicated part.



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thepumpguysc

07-13-2018 03:31:44




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to scootergmc, 07-12-2018 09:32:48  
They're called fuel line "olives"..



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scootergmc

07-12-2018 14:15:35




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Thanks. Going through our inventory we had all sorts of 5/16", 3/8", 1/4", in various heights/widths. It's the OD width and height I really need since the 5/16" is a given. I've seen them available all over the place (online and in auto parts stores), it's just I don't want to play a guessing game and want to get the correct ones.



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NYOlivers

07-12-2018 13:39:35




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 Re: 1655 2-70 fuel line grommet size in reply to scootergmc, 07-12-2018 09:32:48  
They are 5/16" tube seals. Or at least that's what we call them. Any good Hydraulic-hose shop should stock them. I believe they come 3/8 and 1/2 also. International also sells them in bags of 10. They still use them on some applications. I may be able to get the part number from work tomorrow.



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