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Re: mf135 fuel (diesel) lines and preheat system

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DavidP, South Wales

04-25-2013 04:16:08

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Hi Witzend,
The pipe from the thermostart fits in the lower port of the fuel reservoir. The 'T' piece does fit onto the front of the battery tray.
Hope the attached pipe layout will help.
DavidP, South Wales

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04-25-2013 05:07:40

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 Re: mf135 fuel (diesel) lines and preheat system in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 04-25-2013 04:16:08  
'afternoon DavidP,

Thanks for reply your drawing is much better than schematic i have and I think I now know where everything's meant to go. Any thoughts on why the new lines (Sparex) don't fit properly? Am i ok to bend them with a mini pipe bender?

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DavidP, South Wales

04-25-2013 05:54:26

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 Re: mf135 fuel (diesel) lines and preheat system in reply to witzend, 04-25-2013 05:07:40  
Hi again,
Yes, I see you have a hand pipe bender. Much better than in the fingers. Yes, no problem. The only thing is to be careful if you have to bend the pipes attached to the 'T' piece. They frequently break there. If you have to bend them, bend them further along. Use new rubber ferrules if you can.

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04-25-2013 08:09:31

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 Re: mf135 fuel (diesel) lines and preheat system in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 04-25-2013 05:54:26  
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Thanks, have new rubberware, will get bending (hang on, am I on the right forum?)

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