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Cory (hogwood) found that supply. Much more reasonable minimum ordre that the one I used whicj was Allstate which has recently increased their prices by 25 - 30%.
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Ouch on the increase Tim for sure.

Welcome Cory and Thanks for sharing  with us too.


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I know the material that Tim found worked great.   If this is the same it should be a winner.
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A little late on this one fellows.  I should have shared the contact information earlier.  FWIW the material is excellent.


Here is the contact information.

Company and Sales Manager in Burnaby, BC: http://www.neseal.com/index.php?option=com_contact&task=view&contact_id=4&Itemid=224

Product: http://www.robco.com/content/view/339/87/

I was given the go ahead to post by the company. I was able to purchase a smaller amount and have it shipped. Thao said she can accomodate others when necessary. Give her a call.


I have been experimenting with making the diaphragms and find punching out the impulse and screw holes on either a cutting board/high density fibreboard work well.  I looked closely at those OEM diaphragms and it appears as though the holes have been fused around the cut edges after cutting.  I was struggling getting the small holes for the pegs punched adjacent to the button/pintle pump area, as the material is very tough.  I heated up a small nail in a torch until it were glowing.  Melted perfect holes.  I imagine a soldering pencil would work as well.

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A little late on this one fellows.  I should have shared the contact information earlier.  FWIW the material is excellent.


Here is the contact information.

Company and Sales Manager in Burnaby, BC: http://www.neseal.com/index.php?option=com_contact&task=view&contact_id=4&Itemid=224

Product: http://www.robco.com/content/view/339/87/

I was given the go ahead to post by the company. I was able to purchase a smaller amount and have it shipped. Thao said she can accomodate others when necessary. Give her a call.


I have been experimenting with making the diaphragms and find punching out the impulse and screw holes on either a cutting board/high density fibreboard work well.  I looked closely at those OEM diaphragms and it appears as though the holes have been fused around the cut edges after cutting.  I was struggling getting the small holes for the pegs punched adjacent to the button/pintle pump area, as the material is very tough.  I heated up a small nail in a torch until it were glowing.  Melted perfect holes.  I imagine a soldering pencil would work as well.

Great info.  Good to see you here too.8)
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Tune the H side so that it 4-strokes (burbles) at WOT unloaded and just cleans up when under load.
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A little late on this one fellows.  I should have shared the contact information earlier.  FWIW the material is excellent.


Here is the contact information.

Company and Sales Manager in Burnaby, BC: http://www.neseal.com/index.php?option=com_contact&task=view&contact_id=4&Itemid=224

Product: http://www.robco.com/content/view/339/87/

I was given the go ahead to post by the company. I was able to purchase a smaller amount and have it shipped. Thao said she can accomodate others when necessary. Give her a call.


I have been experimenting with making the diaphragms and find punching out the impulse and screw holes on either a cutting board/high density fibreboard work well.  I looked closely at those OEM diaphragms and it appears as though the holes have been fused around the cut edges after cutting.  I was struggling getting the small holes for the pegs punched adjacent to the button/pintle pump area, as the material is very tough.  I heated up a small nail in a torch until it were glowing.  Melted perfect holes.  I imagine a soldering pencil would work as well.

When I was making a few of those diaphragms I used a leather punch.   That seemed to work great for me.
PP 505, 475, 445.

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Aaron guy I got my carb and intake from.    He takes best offers too.  ;)


  poulan chainsaw oil pump diaphram part# 530024345  fits 3400-3700-3800/PP375-385-395
5 available
free shipping


 http://www.ebay.com/itm/poulan-chainsaw-oil-pump-diaphram-part-530024345-/221670772618?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item339c9b8f8a
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I heard he would take $7 apiece. Looks like someone but them all for $9.
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Re: Poulan oil pump material diaphragm
« Reply #18 on: May 22, 2019, 07:32:11 am »
Was helping a guy in CRP yesterday. Saving

Some info from Todd saved. He uses this for poulan oil pump material diaphragm.

Todd said  8x11x.018  / convert that  to 0.4572mm

Todd said he used .5mm.  Comes from UK in sheets  https://www.ebay.com/itm/Nitrile-Nylon-Diaphragm-Material-0-3mm-0-4mm-and-0-5mmthk-Various-Sheet-sizes-/331812225879?fbclid=IwAR3eJLAkkxIbH1cG1gWWdguCXkXN4Su3XY7TYdVlXzTvFRsAIunJ51_GM08
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Re: Poulan oil pump material diaphragm
« Reply #19 on: May 22, 2019, 10:19:04 am »
@msmmce1   your the guy that was asking in the chainsaw repair group and bought my 3.7 project saw?  Saved the info we talked about in post above.
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