Just got a new toy. I'd been wondering what I would do if I ever got a 97 with one of the curved brass tubes for accelerator pump/power enrichment plugged beyond the help of solvents. The tubes cannot be probed in place; removing them (An operation not sanctioned by Stromberg, but possible and even partly documented in the Army Stromberg manual) is a real bitch, replacing them worse. There are plugs in the main body, but those are not even well placed for cleaning the tubes. Uncle Max, it turns out, had a solution prepared. He sells a beautifully made brass fitting that screws into the power enrichment valve position, extending up above the carb flange from there. The top accepts the nozzle of an air gun to blow out those passages with compressed air! Simple...for some people. I unfortunately still live in 1939, and only the CADILLAC DEALER, over in the COUNTY SEAT, has an air compressor, for crying out loud. Hmmmm...lungs are OLD, full of rust particles and brake dust...not near enough power there. Ahhh! Drill&tap the top of the little jewel to take a zerk fitting, blow out tubes with grease gun...but then the top is pretty well destroyed if Mr. Roosevelt comes through with the rural electrification he promised me and I save up my WPA checks for a compressor...think, man, think! Solution...rolling around free outside the Sears garage! An old cutoff tire valve! Cut away rubber, polish the brass stem. It now looks right...stem just fits into a 1/4-20 die...same size tap fits into air hole of tool without destroying the cup surface. Zoom! Now the powerful "Ordnance Department" tire pump hooks right up, and if I ever get a compressor, my adaptor comes right out. Order yours today--good toy review!