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    Registered Member Rocketman's Avatar
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    My first thought is JB Weld. But without a picture it is hard to really say. Marine-tex would be another possibility.
    Glenn Hargrove

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    Hi Glenn,
    Thanks for the reply, and the suggestions (hadn't heard of Marine-tex before). I will post a pic, when I get one.
    Thanks, Doug

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    Howdy,
    Well, my friend decided to use his thought, and tin, and solder the holes in the air cleaner housing. I am sorry to have wasted your time on this issue - just trying to help a long-time buddy.
    Thanks for your ideas! Doug

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    Never had mush luck with solder, might work if he can get it clean enough. I have brazed a few thing sucessfully..

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    Hi Mark,
    My buddy is pretty good at soldering, and got his holes soldered shut.
    Thanks, Doug

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