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Is this the correct gas cap for my 37-16 split cockpit?

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cutwaterguy
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Is this the correct gas cap for my 37-16 split cockpit?

Post by cutwaterguy » Thu Sep 22, 2011 8:36 pm

It was in the box with its trim ring, i think the back decking is original and the rings screw holes are the only ones there. the knob is 4 venting the tank and a wire 4 the don't loose chain attaches to the small round on the underside. thanks.
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been messing with old wood boats since 1975 when i bought my first chris riveria r-18-999

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Re: Is this the correct gas cap for my 37-16 split cockpit?

Post by cutwaterguy » Fri Feb 07, 2014 9:07 am

bump.
been messing with old wood boats since 1975 when i bought my first chris riveria r-18-999

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Re: Is this the correct gas cap for my 37-16 split cockpit?

Post by cenger » Sun Feb 09, 2014 2:40 pm

I do not believe that gas cap is correct. Should be a 3" star shape with 8 points and captive chain. Enclosed is a picture of the original hardware from my 1935 16-35. Gas Cap is on the bottom shelf against the wall.
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1935 Gar Wood 16-35
1929 Gar Wood 28-30

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