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found a place that sells diaphragms for wings I am not a friend or foe just a place on line for carb diaph. www.carburetordiaphragms.com

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Now if only there was an easy way to get the bad diaphragm off of the slide...

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my guess would be use a mini pick set from harbor freight. just a wag.

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No... the two pieces that are holding the diaphragm in place are glued in place and the diaphragm is also glued in place. It can be done, but you need to break the glue without breaking the fragile plastic that holds the diaphragm in place. The one bad diaphragm I experimented with, I tried for 45 minutes before the plastic broke.

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how about acetone to break down the glue and not the plastic.

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just went out to garage to get a slide from my extra set of carbs you are right what a bitch cant see away but will keep trying.

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That is some kind of different glue used! I am not sure what type of solvent wouldn't eat those rings either. The frustrating part is that a company will sell just the diaphragm but not the rings and also not provide any kind of instruction on how to replace them... or you could try sabre cycle, They sell a replacement slide and if you believe their review, there is nothing wrong with them.

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was just online at saber no slides on site for 1200 somebody on this site should be able to tell us how and what to use to put new diaphrams on slides I hope.

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JBM industries have a lot of info. I have used them in the past. Good info on how to measure for diaphragm. diameter, dish and key. Jerry

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