NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

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NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by Scott_Conger » Wed Apr 14, 2021 3:01 pm

Have a good number of valves:
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Have a fair number of specialty restoration taps, and have a small number of installation tools available, too. Install Tool and/or taps available ONLY with the purchase of a valve:
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Contact me via email with questions, costs, or combinations of items. Please do NOT PM me, as the system is not entirely reliable on my end of things. Questions posed on this thread may take awhile to be answered, as I am spending a good chunk of time these days in the shop. Thank You.

I am happy to answer questions.

Do they work? GOOGLE: MTFCA FULL FLOW FLOAT VALVE and you'll find a good number of folks who are very pleased with them

In any event, be sure to enjoy the summer tour season, and be safe
Scott Conger

Full Flow Float Valves - deliver fuel like Henry intended!


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Re: NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by paulgriesse » Wed Apr 14, 2021 5:39 pm

Scott---I seem to have lost your email---pls send it---Thanks, Paul


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Re: NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by Scott_Conger » Wed Apr 14, 2021 6:29 pm

and your email rejects replies :(

mode l trepair AT g mail.com (run this all together and replace AT, of course)

Paul I used to go work periodically at BGRC, Boeing Guidance Repair Center in Marion, I think it was...I used to stay at the Granville Inn until my company insisted I stay at the contracted hotel in town (which, incidentally, was more expensive). I was unable to reason against "procedure" that it made good sense to pay LESS for a room than receive a discounted but far more expensive room. Such is life in the ridiculously rigid corporate world.

I seriously considered Granville as a retirement location as I was (and am) in love with quiet, quaint places with old homes. In the end, though, I went with a cabin in the middle of nowhere. It has served a very useful purpose recently.

Also seem to recall there was a college there...Dennison?

regards,
Scott Conger

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Re: NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by StanHowe » Thu Apr 15, 2021 11:07 am

Anybody who rebuilds an NH without using these valves deserves the problems that await them.


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Re: NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by Dallas Landers » Thu Apr 15, 2021 12:09 pm

I got your email Scott. No rush. Wish I only had to go to town a couple times a month. Lucky Dog!!


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Re: NH Full Flow Float Valves are now back in stock

Post by Dan Hatch » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:59 pm

These valves are the bomb. Did I say it right? Trying to get with this new generation talk. Not working for me, the new talk. The valves work GREAT!!! Fixes a problem that needed to be addressed. If you are working on a NH you need one of these. Install tool is a must two.
Scott: when you going to make a tool for mixture jet? Put me on the list. Thanks Dan

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