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Old 09-12-2015, 17:21   #31

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Re: Fuel Pickup Size Depth And Material

Originally Posted by a64pilot View Post
I can't either and I think that is for ice? Possible frozen water contamination. Screens there are real course.
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Some are coarse, like 1/4" mesh but then some are fine too. I always thought it was for something the gas guy might drop in the tank or if you had a rubber tank, big chunks falling off.

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