I thought the strainer was part of the hex piece. I rinsed the whole thing with the elbow in gas. At least now, I know how it goes together. I did have good fuel flow from the line before the strainer. It sounds like my setup is the same as yours.
Re: 3204 update... in reply to Stick welding, 05-19-2013 15:03:03
Yep... Now, here's the sad part. You might as well get those two wrenches and whatever you need to remove the side panel if that has to come off... and put it in a tool kit on the machine. Once that crap is in there it's very difficult to get out, even by washing the tank. Best be prepared...
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