The only problem with using a motorsickle type shut off or any other type of petcock is that now your sediment bowl is the float bowl of your carburetor. I would rather catch the water and other crap before it gets to the carb, that's the whole idea of the sediment bowl.
Re: I hate my fuel shut off / sediment bowl in reply to 55deere70, 11-09-2012 15:29:38
I agree, Keep the glass bowl. At the end of my last tank of gas mine was half full of water. I have also seen what looked like tiny weed seeds. A lot easier to do a quick dump of the bowl than cleaning the carb.
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