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Re: do I need to use fuel sediment bowl assembly?

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Tony in Mass.

04-25-2013 18:44:42

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Where you doing this job about an hour and a half ago? I was. Brand new TSC bowl, leaked, and didn't seem to have good flow- into an inline filter I decided to keep on there. Took the screen out, cause I know from experience this and nylon gasket doesn't hold gas. With screen out, still leaked. Gasket swollen, so off it went, PO had a small gate valve, and the barb hose fitting... so just like you, that's what it will run with- at least for now. Cork gaskets seem to work better, especially with the screen in place. A bear to make, so got to try and find one- maybe again TSC? I do like the idea that a sediment bowl does one job an inline can't- water trap. Rather have it stay there than the carb bowl. What does Red Green say? 'We're all in this together!'

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rusty nut

04-25-2013 19:10:58

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 Re: do I need to use fuel sediment bowl assembly? in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-25-2013 18:44:42  
hey Tony thanks for your reply,nice to know I'm not the only one with this problem,I also went to TSC maybe that has something to do with it?

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Tony in Mass.

04-25-2013 19:23:59

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 Re: do I need to use fuel sediment bowl assembly? in reply to rusty nut, 04-25-2013 19:10:58  
Some guys on some forums curse that place to death, I just like going there and 'patronizing' the ones near me- I'm kinda exactly between two. Trouble is 'tisco' is the brand EVERYONE carries, so kinda hard to blame TSC...
I never had luck with sediment bowls, always a pain, always my ....'prime suspect' whenever something goes wrong.... but like I said, rather have a water trap in a clear bowl than a year's worth of condensation in the carb...

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