You will need...


If your Weber is already installed, you will need to remove it from the car with regular hand tools.

In addition, you will need to come up with a pin vise, which is a small hand-operated drill for holding very small drills, and a #70 drill, which is all but identical to a .70 mm drill. In addition, you will need a drill approximately 7.5 mm or a bit less.  Letter drills M or L will work just fine.  This is to remove a brass plug.

Finally, you will need some loctite cylindrical retaining compound, RC 620 OR some JB-Weld, or similar, chemical-proof epoxy, for when you replace the plug. (I have not found a place to buy plugs new on their own.)

Bradley Restoration

Andrew Bradley, Proprietor

14093 Riverbend Rd.

Mount Vernon, WA 98273

(360) 848-6279