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Old 28 August 2009, 15:33   #1
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Fuel filler pipe

What's the best type of pipe to get for connecting deck filler cap to a tank?
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Without sounding funny you can get proper fuel pipe, I'd use this as it'll take up any movement.
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Your about as funny as a hard on at a funeral mate
Where do I get it from, it's a fair sized gauge!
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Your about as funny as a hard on at a funeral mate
As long as their still warm....

Have a look on flea bay or some motorsport sites it comes in lots of different sizes. If you need aa short length "borrow" some off a car at a scrappy.
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Will have a scan.
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I,m sure you have got this covered, but I would also make sure that you have some sort of overflow/overfill trap between the cap & fuel line to tank

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No I haven't Steve, tell me more mate?
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I'm not to sure on this one either?
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http://www.aquafax.co.uk/html/produc...s.asp?ID=14157
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Thanks Dirk.

250kts,
Really like to know about this trap.
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