Look up the model number of your oil burner and it will tell you the proper electrode to use.
NO THIS IS FOR A BECKETT BURNER NOT THE CARLIN 98FRD BURNER. I WOULD CHECK WITH CARLIN AS TO WHERE YOU CAN BUY THE ELECTRODE SET. THE CARLIN ELECTRODES ARE STRAIGHT ON THE END THAT GOES TOWARDS THE FURNACE, WHERE AS THE BECKETT HAS BENT ENDS. HOPE THIS HELPS.
yes I think, it was universal
The ceramic is 0.555 OD the rods are 6 inches long and can be cut to the correct length Mine works perfect
You did not reference the manufacturer of the burner. I would suggest you contact the manufacturer of the burner to see if they would be able to provide it.
I have to revise an earlier answer. I found that if I take out the brass shims used to clamp the ceramic insulators into the nozzle assembly they fit the Wayne OEA burner assembly. The only worry is if the direct pressure from the clamping screw may crack the insulators. It got my heater running again, but I think I'm going to get some .02" or .03" brass shim stock (from Home Depot) and slide it in between the screw and insulator to spread the pressure some.