Started by Rickf1985, July 31, 2018, 03:59 PM
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Quote from: BrandonMc on August 07, 2018, 11:38 AMwow, bummer. How'd it all clean up in the end?
Quote from: Rickf1985 on August 07, 2018, 05:24 PMHe has a Winnebago, it will be in the line on the inside of the frame somewhere in the vicinity of the side entry step, passenger side. It may not be there, someone had taken mine out and just put in a piece of fuel line. I did replace the filter, that little filter in the carburetor is worthless!
Quote from: Schmitti on August 10, 2018, 04:55 AMIn Europe, the proportion of methanol in gasoline is a major problem in all classic cars . What works with metal parts in the gasoline system just like that is a huge problem with the old rubber pipes and especially with the aluminum parts of a carburettor . We also have only little help here. We change from gasoline with ROZ 91 (10% alcohol) to more expensive gasoline with ROZ 95 (5% alcohol) or even higher quality grades. But it does not help really well, because the only chance is to consume a lot of driving / gasoline. Standing vehicles also mean longer service life and thus exposure times of the gasoline / alcohol. Without a catalyst it helps to use a lead additive from time to time. As a precaution, ALL rubber parts of the fuel lines should still be replaced. After every metal in the pipe, a filter should be used in the vintage cars to stop any flakes that clog the carburetor nozzles. Carburetor & Co can only work properly with ultrasonic cleaning. Great misery.Greetings from GermanyThomas