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Re: Can the reg be too far from carb??

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01-15-2013 17:24:27

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Not sure about how far the reg. can be from the carb,on our LPG M-M s the reg is within 5" or less of the carb.
One thing I was told many yrs ago, the reg. is to be mounted off to the side of the carb and above the carb. On our tractors the fuel outlet comes out of the bottom of the reg.with a 90*elbow and a short hose to the carb. Good luck & keep us informed. clint

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01-15-2013 18:15:53

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 Re: Can the reg be too far from carb?? in reply to oleclint, 01-15-2013 17:24:27  
Thanks and I will keep updated I don't have anyone locally to talk with about this. I am not a real experienced mechanic but I am fair enough at it or at least I used to think so... This regulator has the outlet on the side just like the old M5 did. The old M5 was mounted with a closr nipple right to the carb or mixer valve I guess it is called. I mounted this M6 up higher and off to the side. I found it easier than trying to plumb it all and mount the new reg in close quarters. If I can't get it going soon I don't know what to do :(

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