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Old 13 June 2012, 19:09   #1
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Inline fuel filters

Is there any difference between these for 2 (premix) & 4 stroke?

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Old 13 June 2012, 20:01   #2
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I've never come across 2 stroke specific filters. I would hazard a guess they are all the same.
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They are the same.

Are you looking at a spin on canister type filter system? One that looks kinda like an oil filter.
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Are you looking at a spin on canister type filter system? One that looks kinda like an oil filter.
I'm just looking for one for my 3.5hp with a built in fuel tank on top of the engine - so it would just fit in the pipe between the tank and carb.

Something like this: Inline Fuel Filter | Pacermarine | For all your boating needs
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I'm just looking for one for my 3.5hp with a built in fuel tank on top of the engine - so it would just fit in the pipe between the tank and carb.

Something like this: Inline Fuel Filter | Pacermarine | For all your boating needs
Try your local mower shop
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Or auto parts store...
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Just go to your local auto parts store. You will need to know the fuel line size ahead of time. DO NOT get one of those glass ones, as they are known to fail. Instead a less expensive disposable is your best bet.
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