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    gas valves back to p/v's

    has anyone switch back to p/v's from gas valves??
    i just got a p/v cylinder to build my motor back up but the previous owner was running gas valves and were the shaft goes thru for the p/v it has some plugs that look like they've been jb weld is there a way to remove these plugs??
    any help would be apreciate it
    thanks, jorge


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    Maybe drill or knock the plugs out with a brass punch?

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    heres a pic of what it looks like
    just wanted to ask if theres a specific way to remove these before i mess up the cyl by drilling it out
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    Try to knock them out from the inside... I didnt put much JB weld on them.

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    ill try that in a sec

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    I just knocked 6 of those out the other day. 3/8 punch and they popped out.

    The JB weld will just scrape right out of there.

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    got it!!
    i was worried for a minute, thanks guys they popped right out

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    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
    got it!!
    i was worried for a minute, thanks guys they popped right out
    I told you they would come right out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
    heres a pic of what it looks like
    just wanted to ask if theres a specific way to remove these before i mess up the cyl by drilling it out
    That cylinder looks awfully familiar.

    Glad that got you fixed up Jorge. I cant wait to see my piece next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffsntx View Post
    That cylinder looks awfully familiar.

    Glad that got you fixed up Jorge. I cant wait to see my piece next week.
    looks familiar huh? yup and it is practically brand new like you said good deal jeff
    your cf visor will get to you next week

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