Antique Parts

Antique Parts

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Antique Parts

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I pirated this off the F.B. I like antiques but am to poor to be a participant except for a UL engine. It says 40-46. I never noticed the ribs before. Is it factual.
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Re: Antique Parts

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The ribs are correct and are factory on those later U/UL/ULH tanks with a shut-off rod. They are only on the left tank.
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Re: Antique Parts

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Post by Buddhahoodvatoloco »

UL are costly too now.
38ulh wrote: Sat Aug 12, 2023 6:02 pm I pirated this off the F.B. I like antiques but am to poor to be a participant except for a UL engine. It says 40-46. I never noticed the ribs before. Is it factual. 367446486_1735529096902667_2283992981383899241_n.jpg
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