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Old 09-23-2009   #1
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Need military valve o-ring/hose keeper

I need one of the little rubber rings that hold the pump hose in place and keep a seal for my lady's duckie. Does anyone have old military valves laying around or know where I can find this part?

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you should check out saigon sams... they are in NC but they are one of the LARGEST military surplus shops... although they dont have a website but you can google them and call em up, they ship stuff all the time. I bet they will have what you are looking for... they always have the strange stuff that no one else has.
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You can always measure the size of the O-ring that you need and order it off of McMaster.com, they are really cheap. I bet some hardware stores have O-rings as well.
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Yeah, I don't have calipers. I'll just take it to the hardware store and if I can't match it I'll use their calipers! Haha!

If anyone has one though, let me know. Might not be a bad repair kit item for the rafter with military valves, it's a pain to pump without leakage when it's not there.
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I need one of the little rubber rings that hold the pump hose in place and keep a seal for my lady's duckie. Does anyone have old military valves laying around or know where I can find this part?
Something like this?
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Forgot price.
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Post a picture Randy.....if it's like Ramyo's picture.....I have one or two laying around you can have.
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Post a picture Randy.....if it's like Ramyo's picture.....I have one or two laying around you can have.
You know I am joking.
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To replace that ring, do you forcefully unscrew the valve past it's natural stopping point?
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Nevermind. You just cram it back in there.
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