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Old 04-03-2008, 10:53 AM
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I agree, besides it's messy. I'd prefer to splice in a short section of clear hose between the filter head and cigar hose. This way you can instantly see if there are bubbles anytime you like.

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Originally Posted by Brian Carlton View Post
I'm not grasping why the hoses need to be disconnected and placed in a jar. The only benefit of this extended procedure is to verify flow without air. The tank can just as well supply fuel and accept return flow..........you just don't know how many times to operate the primer.
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