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Long shot but I'm hoping someone can. Help me out
Anyone have a screw for a 906 pump that holds the door onto goes through the emblem
Maybe I can get some detailed info on it. Like size. Head type. Length.
Being no one make the. If had some nice pics I can make something on the lathe?[Linked Image]

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Difficult piece to find. In the past, I simply ran a 1/4x20 tap into the receiver hole. Then used a stainless machine screw with a stainless washer. Does the job and a lot less stress. Paul www.severngaspumps.com

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Paul's way would be the fastest way to solve your problem. Here is a couple of pictures of what you are trying to replace. I have made some in the past, but it's been a long time. I used a #10 pan head screw 1 1/4" long. Instead of the bushing spacers I used a couple of springs with flat washers with a roll pin on the end. Took a lot of time to get it right. Richard

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I use a slotted head #12 sheet metal screw and grind the head diameter down to fit in the V trim. Works great.
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I'm gonna try make something first. I have some brass rod I can turn down


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Let us know how they turn out. Richard

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Originally Posted by toplescuda
I'm gonna try make something first. I have some brass rod I can turn down

If they turn out good, make a bunch. Iā€™m sure other people would buy them from you šŸ™‚


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