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    Yellow Jacket Series 41 rebuild kit

    From this page at YJ: http://www.yellowjacket.com/product/744, it shows a #41080 rebuild kit. I tried to Google that number but couldn't find it.

    I did find this vendor page: http://www.testequipmentdepot.com/ye...arts/index.htm with altogether different numbers! Since I can find these different numbered parts, it looks like your website including your video is incorrect.
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    Doesn't YJ overhaul gauges for free for life? You pay $12.50 shipping. So why not just send them in?
    Quote Originally Posted by wptski View Post
    From this page at YJ: http://www.yellowjacket.com/product/744, it shows a #41080 rebuild kit. I tried to Google that number but couldn't find it.

    I did find this vendor page: http://www.testequipmentdepot.com/ye...arts/index.htm with altogether different numbers! Since I can find these different numbered parts, it looks like your website including your video is incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    Doesn't YJ overhaul gauges for free for life? You pay $12.50 shipping. So why not just send them in?
    Why would they sell parts for them then??

    I don't need any parts yet but was just looking into them.
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    The 410801 is a complete rebuild kit for Series 41. Includes O-rings, valve seats, hand wheels, pistons, screws, retaining nuts and truss.
    The part numbers on the vendor page are individual parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YELLOW JACKET View Post
    The 410801 is a complete rebuild kit for Series 41. Includes O-rings, valve seats, hand wheels, pistons, screws, retaining nuts and truss.
    The part numbers on the vendor page are individual parts.
    Look again as the 41123 is the whole kit. Sure you don't have an extra digit in your number?
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    You are right Bill. The part number for the complete kit is 41080. This kit does include, among other parts, two of the complete HANDLE rebuilds kits, which is part #41123.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YELLOW JACKET View Post
    You are right Bill. The part number for the complete kit is 41080. This kit does include, among other parts, two of the complete HANDLE rebuilds kits, which is part #41123.
    I hate to be a PITA but the only thing that comes up on a search of "Yellow Jacket 41080" is your video which I'm questioning, this thread and a picture of Series 41 parts at your site(including the vendor) which doesn't have that numbered part shown. This may sound like the current Washington hearing where GM's Mary Bara was questioned about changing ignition switch part numbers.
    Bill

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    If you tell me what city you live in I'll be happy to respond with someone in your area who carries that part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YELLOW JACKET View Post
    If you tell me what city you live in I'll be happy to respond with someone in your area who carries that part.
    Sorry, I just woke up! This must be a new part number containing two 41123 kits that no online vendor stocks yet. I ordered a pack of the "O" rings alone and a side order of the proper grease.
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    I never had a set of gauges that long to need a rebuild!

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    Correct!

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    I just sent mine in with $12 or maybe it was $12.50 and got them back good as new a couple of weeks later.

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    Yes. $12.50 for S&H and we'll fix what's broken and update anything that's changed. Just like brand new!

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    Go ahead tell them for life.
    Quote Originally Posted by YELLOW JACKET View Post
    Yes. $12.50 for S&H and we'll fix what's broken and update anything that's changed. Just like brand new!

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    Yes send them into YJ they will take care of you i should have mine back soon im excited. they were my main and will now be backup.... $12.50 you cant buy the parts to rebuild them for that. our coustomers let us the PRO'S ( US ) fix it we should let the PRO's fix our stuff
    Do it once. Do it correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utahjohn View Post
    Yes send them into YJ they will take care of you i should have mine back soon im excited. they were my main and will now be backup.... $12.50 you cant buy the parts to rebuild them for that. our coustomers let us the PRO'S ( US ) fix it we should let the PRO's fix our stuff
    That's $12.50 return postage but you pay how much to ship? You can get a ten pack of "O" rings plus their grease for that same amount, do it yourself quicker and have parts for another time. I doubt if anything more than the "O" rings need to be replaced under normal use. These individual parts are sold like this for a reason. Just like hoses, do you replace seals or just chuck the hose?
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    It's not the valves that go,it's mostly the gauge itself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolperfect View Post
    It's not the valves that go,it's mostly the gauge itself!
    If they replace the gauges for $12.50, I'd be surprised but if they do, what a deal?
    Bill

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    The manifold bar is covered by a lifetime warranty. The bar includes everything but the hoses and gauges.

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    If anybody wants to ship a manifold get a postal service padded flat rate envelope. You can mail a series 41 for less than six bucks.

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