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Old 29 June 2014, 18:46   #1
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running engine dry

I have recently bought a mariner 125 2 stroke.the guy i bought it from told me its best to run it dry when storing it,which i have been dolng without a problem.
The engine does not have a fuel feed conector on it, just has the end of the fuel pipe coming from the engine with a hose insert to conect the main fuel line.
If i fit a fuel conector will it cause a problem when running it dry as it would be sucking against a closed pipe. Thanks si
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that would be a perfect solution
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