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Flop tube

scottly

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On the Steen tank, the fuel outlet is in the center of the front panel, on the very bottom. SHould the flop tube go straight in, or should it be 90deg to the outlet, so that it flops up and down the side panel?




And why is the outlet fitting 3/4" when the flop tube only has 1/4 male fitting? WHy so big onthe outside?Edited by: scottly
 

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