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Re: Funnel that locks where gas cap goes.

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George Marsh

11-01-2012 14:51:06

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I wish someone would make a large funnel with a built in fuel filter, not a screen, actual filer. It would kinda be like a britta filter for fuel.

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Chris Jones

11-01-2012 16:00:24

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 Re: Funnel that locks where gas cap goes. in reply to George Marsh, 11-01-2012 14:51:06  
I suspect the flow through the filter would be pretty slow.

As for myself anything that fits through the screen is a job for the tractors fuel filter.

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George Marsh

11-01-2012 22:23:06

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 Re: Funnel that locks where gas cap goes. in reply to Chris Jones, 11-01-2012 16:00:24  
My IH C and Jubilee don't have filters, screens and sediment bowls.

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Chris Jones

11-02-2012 07:28:37

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 Re: Funnel that locks where gas cap goes. in reply to George Marsh, 11-01-2012 22:23:06  
In that case I can see where you'd need one. Come to think of it I don't believe my fathers 601 has a sediment bowl. He's never had a problem either.

One thing you might could try is using a large coffee filter in the funnel. I think they'd tolerate gas but it'd take a long time to fill the tractor through a filter. You can get store brand coffee filters in cone/bowl shapes that are quite large. But that is not w/o it's problems either.

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