You’ll find that to be a predominant thought here as well. A straight, in-the-line filter is the easiest to secure to the frame. It’s not the easiest to install with gas in the tank. Can get quite messy. They come in 3/8”. 5/16” and 1/4” .Here are some examples. The glass bowl is there for a size reference only.
Post by Scoutpilot on Jul 13, 2017 13:47:48 GMT -5
I would be remiss if I didn’t tell you that 1/4” is too small. 5/16” or 3/8” is what I recommend. Looking at the photo above you will see that the tube ends of in-the-line filters are knurled. With a good clamp, it should work well for you. To my knowledge, you would have to purchase a much newer filter to find both ends threaded. Then, it must fit correctly between the ends of the tubes.
If you use clamps, do not use worm type, in most cases they will point load the hose and when used before the fuel pump, and cause an air leak. Use the spring type fuel line clamp, they allow for an even clamping surface around the hose. If you chose a Wix in line filter they come with the spring type clamp.
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