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Manual fuel selector valve #12468761
10/17/17 03:31 PM
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Ok, so I am debating adding one of these. With one line going to main gas tank and the other going to quick connect end.

Want the quick connect end to hook up a portable tank for emergency situations, to run decarbing solution through tank for winterizing or just decarbing, etc...

I have a Johnson Fast Strike 150...is the quick connect valve big enough to supply this engine with enough gas?


thanks

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: joho5] #12469433
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Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: gary purdy] #12469590
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Originally Posted By: gary purdy
Yes


So I can have a quick connect on the end I my gas line and it’ll work completely fine to keep all carb bowls full?

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: joho5] #12469616
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I have a manual fuel selector on my ranger to switch tanks no problems

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: scruboak] #12470014
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Originally Posted By: scruboak
I have a manual fuel selector on my ranger to switch tanks no problems


Is your tanks hoses directly to your engine? Or quick connector?

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: joho5] #12470372
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Direct

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: joho5] #12470455
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I want one of my lines to continue like it is direct to the motor...but would like to put a quick connect on the other with a portable fuel tank.

Re: Manual fuel selector valve [Re: joho5] #12470865
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quick connect will work they seal themselves off have for years. Just do it.

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