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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old Aug 15th, 2019, 5:37 pm
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The silver aluminum check valve coming out of your tank is all you need, it is a one way valve. Yes air needs to pass into the tank and fuel should not come out the hose under braking, you will find a arrow on the valve. It is not a super strong check valve so if you blow hard enough you get air through in both directions so least resistance going into the tank.
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old Aug 15th, 2019, 5:48 pm Thread Starter
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Perfect! Thanks for the info. I'll be pulling most of the plumbing out this evening and will leave the silver check valve... with the tube going into the center of the tree, and route it down where all the other drain tubes live. Cheers!
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On thing I love about this forum is that people ask for help, get some good guidance, then pop back on and share the results. All benefit this way. Here's the end of my story. I pulled the canister and associated plumbing out completely. I went to O'Reilly Auto Parts and got a set of vacuum caps for a couple bucks. Installed. Pulled the check valve, inspected it and put a new hose on it. Installed the hose down the hole in the tree. And done. See pix if interested (postmortem canister and plumbing, vacuum caps on the vacuum ports, and finished product. Easy money. Time investment? 5 minutes. Thanks to everyone who helped. Cheers.
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