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Old 11-15-2012, 09:42 AM   #1
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Hi!
Just replaced the female fuel fittings on my Brute.

Connected the males and just to be reasured everything was ok. I blew into the OUT and ofcource there were no resistance (the filter and pump is still dissconected).

But blowing in to the IN, there were a lot of resistance! I could not blow in at all. When trying to suck I can clearly taste fuel. But is it normal that there is that kind of resistance or is something blocked in there?

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Old 11-15-2012, 09:51 AM   #2
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Hi!
Just replaced the female fuel fittings on my Brute.

Connected the males and just to be reasured everything was ok. I blew into the OUT and ofcource there were no resistance (the filter and pump is still dissconected).

But blowing in to the IN, there were a lot of resistance! I could not blow in at all. When trying to suck I can clearly taste fuel. But is it normal that there is that kind of resistance or is something blocked in there?

Cheers!

Magnus
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:05 AM   #3
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Guess youre right Donsy.

Thing is I dont want to take it apart again..
I removed the screw inside the tank and did some blowing and the resistance was gone so I guess It all is like it should be...

I have replaced all internal hoses and filter and fittings, the question now is if I shall replace the last pair of fuellines or shall I keep em?

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