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Carb not getting gas
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Hey all. I have a 72 Grumman motorhome with a 392 IH V8.The carb isn't getting gas.I connected a boat gas tank with a pump ball to the inlet ofthe mechanical fuel pump. That gave me gas but I'm not…Continue

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Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hey Kirk. No. Life got in the way. I'm already to drop it but need to make the time. Hopefully in the next two weeks it'll get done and I'll post an update! Take care"
Oct 8
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,      Any luck on your gas tank problem? Haven't been on here much the past couple weeks, busy trying to get ready for Winter! I started taking the old Krager RV apart yesterday. Need to get it gone! That thing has a…"
Oct 7
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,      It would be nice if these so called "parts sellers" would post dimensions of the stuff they sell! But that would make life too easy!  My tank just has a steel pipe welded to the top corner of the tank.…"
Sep 22
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hey Kirk. So I have a filler neck without a thread. The cap I did buy a while back has the tabs that twist onto the neck. I dont know if the steel filler neck was also changed at some point before I got it. The amazon search did show a bunch of…"
Sep 21
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"  Hi Paul, I dug through my bucket of gas caps and the only one I found had the threads on the outside  of the cap, so it would screw into a filler neck instead of over it. The Amazon one is called a  Stant Saddle Tank Fuel cap black,…"
Sep 21
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Kirk If you can find that cap on amazon again and can tell me what the description said I'm sure I'll be able to find it. No need to copy the link. Just the main title - like brand and basic description should do it. Dont go digging…"
Sep 21
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,         I just looked online for a replacement cap, I found one on Amazon tried to add it to this post but it didn't recognize the format. It was $23 dollars and some cents. I'll have to dig through my…"
Sep 21
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hey Kirk.Just one picture came through. The top of the cap. I should be able to find on based on that. Thanks for taking the time to help.My tank is probably setup the same way as yours. Sorry for the enormous picture. I Cant resize on my…"
Sep 18
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,    I hope these pics come through. This is a standard 2" pipe thread cap. On the inside you can see the hole in the center of the cap, it is drilled through to the outside of the rim of the cap where it is open to  to…"
Sep 18
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
Sep 18
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"I had go take a couple of days off. Right now the gas tank is on jacks. You were right about the bolts. Nice stainless ones! The ones in the channels that you cant get a wrench behind are fixed so the nuts come off easily. Anyway that's where…"
Sep 18
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,     Maybe that gas cap is part of the problem, it should be a vented cap, so it can let air in and out with temperature changed and such, that is a big tank and there is a lot of air in there to expand and contract. Another way to…"
Sep 15
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Ooh. Look at this. I guess ( although I didnt see one ) theres a vapor storage canister. If that's given up the ghost it may be the issue. Too late to look tonight. I'll get under her tomorrow and report back."
Sep 15
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
Sep 15
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Kirk Yep my tank is the same as yours. Like I said it's not dropping it. Its dropping it without tearing up all the gas lines. I like your cleaning tips! I didnt mess with it today. I took on another project instead. My 20 year old 16-38 HXL…"
Sep 15
Kirk C Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,       That's how I was feeling about my tank till I actually started  on it. Mine has bolts that are through the hangars that are about 3 1/2 inches long, with nuts on the bottom of them. There are 3 straps that…"
Sep 15

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