In Reply to: Re: Question for Kimberly posted by Kimberly on January 28, 2021 at 00:02:58:
Thank you Kimberly, that would be very much appreciated. As I said in my other posts I would much rather repair it the way you did (if it starts leaking again) than buy another will fit part that doesn't. Example I was doing some work on a friends Jubilee, ordered new hood hinges because his were bent and broken, new ones were made backwards and hit gas tank and something else so hood wouldn't close, although they did refund my money and sent me another set which also didn't fit. I ended up cutting them apart and modifying them and welding them back together using mine as a template. After I buffed down my welds and painted them they look original, but that was a lot of work. If you have a couple of extra O-rings let me know, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks and God Bless, Beth and Allen.