Re: In line filter

i just get the big lawnmower ones from the farm store, run them on everything, kind of big and annoying but less annoying than stopping to take yer damn carb apart.

Re: In line filter

> Graham Motzing Wrote:

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> i just get the big lawnmower ones from the farm store, run them on

> everything, kind of big and annoying but less annoying than stopping to

> take yer damn carb apart.

^This, but there ARE smaller versions from small engine stores, like Stihl dealers,etc.

Re: In line filter

Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

> Seth B Wrote:

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> I don't know, Brandon. I haven't had any issues with this batch. I have

> six on runnIng bikes now, four left in the box, and all seem good. Maybe

> yours were made by a five year old in training.

They may flow, but are they actually filtering anything? I used them on a tank that was dirty, and within 5 min of running the bowl was filled with a ton of junk! Who knows? Maybe I got a bad batch. I might order another, and just return them if they end up being bad again.

Although I just bought some of those huge ones for lawnmowers, because they were brand name and had excellent reviews on amazon.

Re: In line filter

Got it all sorted out and went riding today. Filter works good and the glass makes it easy to see thru... thanks for the suggestions an tip. Also the 5gram weights are working out.

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