I noticed that my fuel selector weeps a small bit out the top stem when I switch tanks. Its a basic style like the homebuilders type listed in spruce. Anyone know of a rebuild kit for these? or do I just buy a new one? 

Thanks,

Chris

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Have you tried snugging up[ the nut on the top of the valve?

I have not. Reason being it already has enough resistance just switching tanks any more I would not be comfortable with. I may just have to take it apart and find some new o rings at the parts Dept. Kind of my thoughts in the first place.

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