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Old 15 February 2012, 08:05   #11
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Yeah. Use one inlet and one outlet (in any) or the best cobination for your application. You can then blank of the inlet/outlet that are not used

Carefull when cutting the fuel pipe. Try not to get any crap in there.
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Yeah. Use one inlet and one outlet (in any) or the best cobination for your application. You can then blank of the inlet/outlet that are not used

Carefull when cutting the fuel pipe. Try not to get any crap in there.
Brilliant thanks for that. That will be the job for the weekend.
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