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 Posted: 06-21-2017 12:44 am
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1) the tabs on the locking ring are just for getting it on and off(screwdriver works well)
2) Jim pointed out the very important anti-siphon valve(about the size of a 22 caliber bullet) located in the end of the line going to a "T" at the top left side of the gas tank. There should be the fuel line running from the electric pump going into this "T" at 90 degrees and exiting on the opposite side going to the carbs.(Earlier gas tanks did NOT have this anti-siphon valve and could leak gas through the carbs if the gas tank was higher than the carbs, such as when sitting on a steep downhill, nose first)