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Old 01-29-2013, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Working on my boss's 2002 Freelander 2.5. I replaced the thermostat with one from Rover, and I must have nicked the o-ring on the manifold when I installed it. Any gurus know the o-ring dimension so I don't have to buy an entire new thermostat? Thanks, love the show......I'll take my answer off the air!!!
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In case anybody runs across this problem....I found an o-ring that worked. It was a little tight on the OD, so I stuck it in the freezer overnight... I got it from fastenal. Part number 1166855. Here are the specs:

Product Standards





Temperature:

-40[DEG]F - 250[DEG]F



Cross Section Size:

0.125"



Color:

Black



Inner Diameter:

1-1/4"



Material:

Buna-N



Outer Diameter:

1-1/2"



Style:

Standard



Type:

O-Ring



Hardness:

70 Durometer



Trade Size:

#218



Application:

Hydraulic Applications



Product Weight:

0.0030 lbs.



Notes:

Buna-N O-rings, or Nitrile O-rings are all 70 Durometer with .003 Tolerance
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