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Home-Made Diesel Conversion from Cox Glowheads

Post  Kim on Sat Nov 12, 2011 3:45 pm

A Post from Nitroairplane moved here from another Topic:

Modifying a Cox Glowhead for Diesel Use:

"It is actually rather easy!
Just drill out a dead glow head as far as you dare then cut some brass rod to fit inside it,
after that cut a groove in it and slip an "O" ring on it.
After this you take out the rest of the element and then tap the whole to accept any screw you like and you are just about done!
Simplified more info available upon request,
Indra."
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