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fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

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allanguhl
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fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by allanguhl » Thu Dec 03, 2015 7:59 pm

I have a 1950 Chris craft riviera and trying to find out what sizes is the filler tube and the trim ring,does anyone know the part number for the trim ring ? I got a trim ring but I think its to big.

dreed
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by dreed » Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:25 pm

The filler tube is 2" Brass pipe. The chrome ring is readily available on e-bay. Or contact Jim Staib at finewoodboats.com. He has everything at reasonable prices.
1953 CC Riviera 18-R-927

allanguhl
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by allanguhl » Fri Dec 04, 2015 3:37 pm

Thanks I sent Jim a E-mail just waiting for his response, I see you have a Riv. is there any good place where I can get part numbers for My Riv. ? I got a hall card its very limited on Info.I like to shop E-Bay and I just want the get the right part, I am looking for all the running gear,engine,prop I just have a shell of a boat,I am looking for the KBL motor, if you can help me on anything that would be great,its my first boat to restore. Hall # R-18-386

dreed
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by dreed » Fri Dec 04, 2015 3:57 pm

Here is a pic of the filler tube trim ring. No part numbers on it. Try Van Ness engineering for your engine.
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1953 CC Riviera 18-R-927

allanguhl
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by allanguhl » Fri Dec 04, 2015 5:42 pm

Thanks for the pictures,no help on how to get correct part numbers?

dreed
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by dreed » Sat Dec 05, 2015 4:35 pm

Sorry, I can't help you with part numbers. I know Jim Staib took a sawzall to a Riviera a few years back, hopefully he stripped it of all the parts, and still has some. That trim ring in the above picture is available if you are interested. It needs to be re-chromed.
1953 CC Riviera 18-R-927

allanguhl
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Re: fuel tank filler tube and trim ring

Post by allanguhl » Sat Dec 05, 2015 7:04 pm

Yes, I am interested in the fuel trim ring I don't care if it has to be chromed, how much do you want for it,my E-mail is [email protected] yahoo.com, Thank You Allan

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