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 Hydrolastic displacer cone/mushroom

 Created by: RogerOtto
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Aug 10, 2019 09:27AM velopackrat  
Aug 9, 2019 02:59PM velopackrat  
Aug 7, 2019 08:54PM RogerOtto Edited: Aug 8, 2019 05:01AM 
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 Posted: Aug 10, 2019 09:27AM
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Roger,
Did you get my second pic of the other Hydro parts I have?
Chris

 Posted: Aug 9, 2019 02:59PM
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Roger,

I sent you an email with a pic of what I think you're after but not certain.

Best,

Chris

 Posted: Aug 7, 2019 08:54PM
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A displacer has a metal cone/mushroom that is held onto the rubber via a built-in o-ring.
this cone is where the dowel and knuckle are inserted and apply pressure to the rubber displacer.

seems that mine was not seated properly and over time has become distorted.
does anyone have a bad displacer they could part with.  this cone/mushroom could be removed
by pumping air into it and then pulling out the cone.  I do not need the whole unit, just the cone/mushroom.

my cone measures 2” in height.  I understand there may be various heights.
this is for a 66S.

Can anyone tell me how to upload a photo when on an iPad?

Note:  the cone is not the dust cover.  The dust cover slips onto the cone.

Roger Williams