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CASE 1030 fuel system help

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1031D

06-02-2012 21:05:26




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I broke my remote valve a few years ago and just today got around to changing out. What should I use for a pad for the tank? It had weatherstrip foam under it. Also, in the removal somehow the fuel return line got cracked. How much pressure is in there? Can I cut part out and put in a rubber hose or should I use something else?




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Case Nutty 1660

06-03-2012 11:34:11




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-02-2012 21:05:26  
Jim, the hose repair will work but keep an eye on it as the heat from the return fuel will make it fail sooner than a normal suction application, not much pressure on the return cnt



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jon f mn

06-03-2012 08:39:26




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-02-2012 21:05:26  
For the tank pads I keep some old tie down straps from a flatbed that are no longer usable. They are tough and fleible and you can usually get them for free.



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1031D

06-03-2012 06:27:08




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-02-2012 21:05:26  
Okay, thanks! I didn't remember how much pressure is in there and it's broken under the platform so I want to fix it while the fuel tank is off.



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1031D

06-03-2012 05:46:00




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-02-2012 21:05:26  
Problem is the line is cracked 3/4 through in a bend.



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casecollectorsc

06-03-2012 06:19:50




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-03-2012 05:46:00  
Rubber gas line and a couple clamps and you are good to go!!



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D G Wells

06-03-2012 05:19:08




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 Re: CASE 1030 fuel system help in reply to 1031D, 06-02-2012 21:05:26  
Concerning the oil line. If the crack is short in length, cut it out and install a ferril coupling, if one is available. Don't know what your exact situation is but I have done this on auto tranny lines. ---Derrol in Texas---



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