I've been buying and selling torches lately and I've noticed that the local torch rebuilder's price for Victor O-rings is now $3 a set (that's a little one and a big one). I believe these are standard Viton O-rings but in a special size. I don't know how to precisely measure O-rings to even try to search for them. I don't see any reason these should cost more than about a quarter. Has anyone been there/done that and know all about this?
Specifically, I'm referring to the pair of O-rings on the conical seat at the base of every welding tip or cutting attachment that threads onto a Victor handle. I'm sure the clones (Uniweld, Harbor Freight) use the same size, since their stuff works OK on Victor stuff.
Grant Erwin Kirkland, Washington