Originally Posted by Xsbank
I offered some useful information in a spirit of helping out. If you put your old injectors back in you will need washers.
I got my injectors rebuilt by a gentleman in Wisconsin for $25 each including washers plus the cost of mailing. I sent my old ones in and he sent me 6 rebuilds. He specialized in combines but I can't remember his coordinates.
Just a question about the annealing part.
I imagine the use of the copper washers are because they compress and are able to withstand the combustion pressure. Does annealing them cause them to fatten (soften) back up so they are soft enough to re-compress?
I ask because I simply reused my washer when I took all my injectors out to soak them in seafoam. Possible not the best way to do it, but she runs like a top.