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Old Jul 23, 2005, 09:31 PM
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Ok for the one dot and one fueler configuration.

The fueler is in essence a "T" that allows fuel to either flow from the tank to the carb, or with the fueler installed cuts off the route to the carb and the new fuel goes to the tank.

The pressureline from the check valve to the engine will be cut and you will put a "T" fitting in that. The new third line off the T is long enough to go through the fuel dot fitting. YOu plug the fuel dot into this new line then push both of them back down into the fuselage. The dot is now almost flush in its fitting in the side of the plane.

To fuel pull up the dot line, pull out the dot. Hook up you GP fueler and fuel. When the tank is full the excess will come out the dot line.

The fueler is preventing the carb from flooding, the check valve is preventing fuel from going backwards into the engine.

HTH

Tom
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