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    Fuel drain part number

    My fuel drain is corroded and keeps sticking and needs replacing. Does anyone know the part number for the fuel drain on a stock PA 18?

    I have been turning the house upside down for the parts manual all morning and can't find it!

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    David

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    David-

    That is not a "Piper" part. It is just a standard "hardware" item.

    See if what you need is on this page:

    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...isquickdv2.php

    Tim

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    I'd go with these. http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...ges/safair.php

    Safe-air takes a standard o'ring where Curtis takes a special seal. They both work fine until you have to replace the seal.
    Steve Pierce

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    If the drain is a Curtis 1/8" NPT one, I believe Mcfarlane do the seals...part number CACCA1269

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