Replacement Fuel Sediment Bowl

Discussion in 'Whizzer Motorized Bicycles' started by MaxGlide, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. MaxGlide

    MaxGlide Member

    Anyone know where I can buy a replacement fuel sediment bowl like this?

    Thanks..... Wayne

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  2. james65

    james65 Member

    What size pipe thread? Looks just like the one on my bike except the thread looks smaller. It comes without the 45 deg. output fitting.


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    Last edited: Mar 22, 2011
  3. Dannt D

    Dannt D New Member

  4. frizzy

    frizzy Member

    No problem. Memory Lane Classics.

    When you call them, you will most likely talk to Harv, ask for their cataloge. The have almost anything you need for vintage bikes and Whizzers.
  5. MaxGlide

    MaxGlide Member

    Of course!

    Memory Lane!!

    thanks.... Wayne
  6. frizzy

    frizzy Member

    Hey, That red whizzer looks great. Can I see a full pic of the whiz. Thanks
  7. MaxGlide

    MaxGlide Member

    Here she is!

    Here's a pic It's a J motor (rebuilt by Quenton) on a 1940 Elgin frame. The lower cross bar was moved before I got her but I had the weld re done and then did a rebuild and repaint on the rest.


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  8. chainmaker

    chainmaker Member

    E-bay search glass fuel bowls bunches of em
  9. frizzy

    frizzy Member

    WOW, Thanks for the pic. Very nice whizzer. Love the fender guards, where did you get them? I would like a set for my whiz. Check out my newly restored whiz in this section under "1948 whizzer" (newly acquired) Thanks
    Last edited: Mar 28, 2011
  10. MaxGlide

    MaxGlide Member

    The fender bumpers came with the bike when I bought it.

    It actually came with a bunch of Whizzer extras. I have the Hall Detroit Bilite with generator and tail light, Rocket lights, fender bumpers.

    You can get the fender bumpers on Ebay.... I have seen the same pair for sale for months.

  11. DrWhiz

    DrWhiz New Member

    Been a while since firing up my '47 Whizzer. For the life of me I can't seem to get the glass bowl off the carburetor. Just wanted to make sure that there isn't a special way to remove the glass bowl. The top of the bowl does seem to be "glued" to the top of the metal housing. Just didn't want to break the glass bowl.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
  12. mason_man

    mason_man Active Member

    Sounds like the glass bowl is stuck to the strainer bowl gasket.
    Fred White has replacement parts if needed, he's in Ohio 330-537-4182
    Ron Houk also has replacement parts, he's in SoCal 714-996-6323.


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  13. DrWhiz

    DrWhiz New Member

    Thanks Ray for the stuck bowl info. It's now separated. Thank you also for the parts info pix. Truly helpful.
  14. mason_man

    mason_man Active Member

    I'm glade it all worked out.