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What engine has the same rear bolt pattern as a 1960's Volvo 2.3L? Depending on application, that could be their rock crusher, which interchanges with Continental 227AV 100 HP Diesel. It is a durable little 3-cylinder and has few problems. Volvo also made a 2.3 L diesel used in refrigeration. It ...

Answered: How can I repair a broken garden hose?

If you take it to a large hardware store, they may be able to sell you a replacement connector that clamps on. If you have a hole 10 feet from the end of a 50 foot hose, you could wind up with a 40 foot hose. I did that once, and it was never quite right. My choice would be to buy a new hose.

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Brenda- This can be repaired, but you will always be able to see the break. If you live i a place like New York, I would try to get up with some glass blowers and talk with them. They may know something that I do not. JayR

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I think you should find a flute master to help you.
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