Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

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Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by broady_6 » 12th September 2020 - 12:37pm

Solex 32 PDIST Gaskets made from Victor Rienz AFM43. This is a petrol resistant material. Details of the spec can be found here.

https://www.reinz-industrial.com/en/pro ... fm-34.aspx

They are suitable for a couple of uses before replacement is required. Ive run these for 2 years with out issue, as have a handful of club members. Ideal if you wish to take the top off the carb to clean any sediment, but dont want to buy a full rebuild kit.

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Prices as follows, priced indivually so you can buy as much or as little as you wish.

1. Manifold to Head 1mm thick £1.75
2. Float bowl Top 1mm thick £2.70
3. Butterfly to Carb 1mm thick £1.75
4. Carburettor to Manifold 1mm thick £1.20
5. Choke 0.7mm thick £0.65

If you have any questions feel free to get in touch.
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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by Dazfastback » 15th September 2021 - 7:15pm

Hi I am interested in afew items you have.
GASKETS
2 of each. Except 4 of number 2.
No number 1.
GEARBOX MOUNT
Item number 29.
Is it split where the rubber is bonded to the metal?.
NEW SCRAPER £50
HOW MUCH FOR ALL POSTED TO DORSET
DARREN CLARKE

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by broady_6 » 15th September 2021 - 7:50pm

Hello,

I'm not selling a gearbox mountt or window scraper. There aren't any listed in my advert above. But I am selling the gaskets.

The total for the gaskets posted first class is £23.

I assume you have some how confused my advert with Craig's? viewtopic.php?f=9&t=14993
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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by Dazfastback » 15th September 2021 - 8:53pm

Hi sorry new to this sute getting a bit confused where6u have seen things how do I buy from you?,
Just checking it is
2 of each
Except 4 of number 2
No of number 1
Thanks daz

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by broady_6 » 15th September 2021 - 9:34pm

Sorry I was on mobile, Corrected price is £20.20. Drop me a PM with your delivery address and email address and we can sort paypal.
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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by Dazfastback » 16th September 2021 - 7:55am

Hi sorry new to me this site how do I send a pm?

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by Dazfastback » 16th September 2021 - 7:56pm

Hi sent you details earlier today. Await your reply thanks Darren

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets / Heat insulation flange

Post by PP » 14th June 2022 - 8:45pm

I'm doing a rebuild on carbs at the moment ; I have a few questions


Heat insulation flange


The bakalite ones in my car are 6mm, but the Paruzzi ones are 4 mm - which is correct ?
https://www.paruzzi.com/uk/volkswagen/e ... old/32134/

Do paper gaskets 1mm /1.5 mm go on either side of the heat insulation flange ? ie 2 per carb ?
https://www.paruzzi.com/uk/volkswagen/e ... fold/5237/

Manifold to head gaskets

Presume that the paper 1mm/1.5 mm gaskets are favored over the stock metal ones ?

Thanks in advance for any help..

paul p.

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by broady_6 » 18th June 2022 - 10:33am

Sorry for the delay, ive been out of the country. Ive had a quick look in the IPC. But that page is missing, typlically. But its safe to assume you would need a gasket on any sealing face.

I prefer the "paper" gasket because it can be used more than once, and had more tollerance for slightly warped faces from years of over tightening.
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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by PP » 18th June 2022 - 11:14am

Thanks so if I’m correct…

So that’s a paper gasket on either side of the Bakelite heat flange

And the manifold to head gasket is better as the rock paper one…

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by PP » 18th June 2022 - 11:20am

PP wrote:
18th June 2022 - 11:14am
Thanks so if I’m correct…

So that’s a paper gasket on either side of the Bakelite heat flange

And the manifold to head gasket is better as the thick paper one…

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Re: Solex 32 Carburettor Gaskets

Post by broady_6 » 18th June 2022 - 5:39pm

I would assume a gasket either side, doesnt make any sense to fit oneside and not the other. But the information is missing from the IPC.

And as I say I prefer the "paper" one to the metal one. Other people may have different opinons
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