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jensenracing77
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Jim will have better answers then me but I believe for that valve you could get away with most any type of reinforced diaphragm material if you can find it thin enough. It would have minimal if any liquid ever get to it but it would be good if it were compatible with methanol. How will you crimp it back together?

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