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Fuel grommet replacement
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Fuel grommet disintegrated, is this my only option?

https://www.steelerubber.com/fuel-neck-grommet-30-0232-41



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Posted on: 8/14 20:16:20
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Re: Fuel grommet replacement
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Metro Molded Parts shows something similar at roughly half the price but I have no idea as to quality.

Posted on: 8/14 20:49:28
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Re: Fuel grommet replacement
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Thankyou.

Posted on: 8/14 21:22:14
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Re: Fuel grommet replacement
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My 1940 110 had a Metro Moulded Parts grommet on it for many decades and it seemed to hold up well. It was still pliable when the car was sold.

Posted on: 8/15 0:13:42
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Re: Fuel grommet replacement
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Does not Steele Rubber products make an exact replacement for this part?? I was sure I saw one in their offerings. Chris

Posted on: 8/17 17:52:48
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