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Mechanical rubber part vs cosmetic this time .....
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Post# 1085660   8/19/2020 at 15:03 (1,335 days old) by sfh074 ( )        

My latest attempt to make a well deserved NLA rubber part for our favorite Frigidaire machines.


The nice thing about this part is that it stayed unchanged from the 50's thru the late 70's.


Can you name the part?



Bud - Atlanta

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Post# 1085661 , Reply# 1   8/19/2020 at 15:17 (1,335 days old) by joelippard (Hickory)        

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Ah yes, the Oil bellows!

Post# 1086342 , Reply# 2   8/24/2020 at 14:23 (1,330 days old) by sfh074 ( )        
Winner, winner ....

chicken dinner!

Now just need to do some QA testing to see if it is as tough as its rubber counterpart. But I believe it will be. The urethane resin I used is some really tough stuff and just as flexible and more impervious to oil than rubber.

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