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Old 11-16-2013, 06:46 PM   #1
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Default CAS O-ring, I know you have a million of them

I know this sounds crazy, but I have tried everywhere around me and nobody carries the correct 1.5" x 1.75" x 1/8" size.

If anybody has a few laying around they can send me, I can pay you $1 per and pay for shipping and paypal charge.
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Since I'm sure I have 1 at work... Just go to a local parts store and buy one.
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I've gone to Autozone, O'Riely's, and Pep Boys, seriously nothing. I am going to try NAPA tomorrow, suggested by a friend.
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Mazda dealer
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They're not going to have all the o-rings from all the vehicles and all the brands with all their part numbers, no.

They'll have a giant box with different sized o-rings, you'll have to go in knowing the inner and outer diameter.
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why didnt you try here OP
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I got mine here but I was ordering a bunch of stuff so I just added it to the order... I'm sure any Mazda Dealership would carry these

C.A.S. O-RING (9954-10-3801) - $5.50 - 9954103801
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rubber viton dizzy orings (upgrade) its the same oring for cas
Viton X Distributor O-rings $6.50
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If I had to deal with a CAS, I'd probably get one of these: MiataRoadster Viton Quattro seals - MiataRoadster - High-performance customer service...and parts for Roadsters



...and then never worry about it again.
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Step 1: Take CAS to NAPA.
Step 2: Tell dude behind counter you "need an o-ring to fit this groove"
Step 3: Wait 5 minutes
Step 4: Part with 49 cents
Step 5: Go home, lube up O-Ring, install CAS, start car, have gay sex.
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Step 1: Take CAS to NAPA. Step 2: Tell dude behind counter you "need an o-ring to fit this groove" Step 3: Wait 5 minutes Step 4: Part with 49 cents Step 5: Go home, lube up O-Ring, install CAS, start car, have gay sex.
Followed exactly, worked perfectly. Very happy ending.
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Go to and ACE hardware store. Take either the measurements or the old one. Cost about a .83 a piece. Buy 2. Then next time, you have one already.
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