Fish 0 Posted November 30, 2021 Share Posted November 30, 2021 Sounds like you are onto the problem now. Good work. A minor tip. When mucking around with filters and fuel pipes, it is easy to spill diesel all over the place, that smells and you have to attempt to clean up. I have found the meat trays from New World to be ideal for catching diesel drips. (the trays that come with the meat). They have an indentation pattern that catches the meat juices without the need for adsorbent pads. The indentation pattern also catches diesel. So you can have a low profile tray that doesn't get in the way, as opposed to an icecream container or something that is easy to knock. Not a helpful tip if you are vegetarian, or if you get your meat from a descent butcher. 1 1 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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