Fox HELP ME FIND THIS PART!!!

Anti_Hero0932

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hey guys i tried e mailing Holley/Mallorey. i cant get them to answer me. i just need a stud and a jam nut. anyone got any ideas? it looks like this one pictures

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stanglx2002

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Why not just buy a bolt of the same diameter, cut it to length, and then cut (2) slits in the top for a Phillips head over the original Allen head?
 

2000xp8

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My guess would be that's for raising and lowering the pressure.
You would have to see what the other side looks like, nor do i like non factory fixes, especially on something that probably has fuel running through it.
I'd just call them, i don't have the patience to wait days or weeks for emails.
 

Olivethefet

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I'd say best bet would be to keep trying to get them on the phone. If I understand enough of the basics of how the regulator works that part should not see fuel contact unless you have a bad diaphragm. If that's the case it needs to be rebuilt anyway. If you decided to use a hardware store bolt I would make sure that I got something in brass. You dont even need to cut and slot it. Just leave the hex head on it to make adjustments.

I'm kinda like 2000xp8 though. I would want actual replacement parts if for no other reason than aesthetics.

Did you lose the old one or something?
 

Anti_Hero0932

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@General karthief i seen those i need the actual stud tho its a lot longer than that.

the one on my car is no longer adjustable. the nut is seized.

it looks sorta like all thread but the bottom part is tapered a little and its made of what looks to be brass....
 

Wayne Waldrep

Before I post a pic, do you have one of yours?
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It wouldn't bother me in the least to make that. Somebody made the one you have now. Or....If it's seized, have you soaked it in penetrating oil for a few days?
 

90sickfox

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Could remove the stud and nut and take a dremel and cut both sides of the nut. Then replace the nut with a suitable sized nut from a hardware store. A little anti seize well help keep that from happening again.
 

nickyb

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Yes I'm a make it Fix it yourself car guy,but sometimes penny wide dollar foolish,it part of it is seized up just go for a new one and done.