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Old 07-02-2018, 07:04 AM   #2
fleetw00d
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Wow, I wasn't aware there are two different part numbers, but I would think either one would work (if functioning properly). Unless the bottom end of yours is really corroded, they can be rebuilt by disassembling and replacing the o-rings. The critical o-ring is the one on the white/yellow piston, it turns to plastic and allows air leakage past the piston. Short on time this morning, but look for my thread in the DIY section.
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