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Old 12-26-2013, 09:27 AM
ctjahn ctjahn is offline
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Fuel Shutoff


Normally during my winterization I disconnect the fuel to ensure the carb is dry for storage (Along with all the other PM work and etc) I have always done it with my small engines (mower, blower, etc) along with a dose of stabil in the fuel.)

Is this a good/bad/? Idea? If its a good idea.... I was thinking about using a fuel shutoff valve. Anyone know where to get one? I saw a couple of cheap, plastic, lawn-mower types, but I am looking for a nice, metal, quality unit (I think the hose is 3/8)

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