|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7.6 x 3.8 x 1.3 inches|
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|Item model number||9706|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9706|
|OEM Part Number||BCZG9706|
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The Mr. Gasket Universal Clearview Fuel Filter is designed to trap large particles in the fuel in order to prevent them from getting into the engine and potentially causing serious damage. The clearview feature allows a visual check of the fuel condition. The filter also features chrome-plated ends that are barbed for positive fuel line retention and provides durability to maintain clean fuel flow to the engine. There are no hoses or clamps included with this filter.
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The glass makes it super easy to see when you've gotten a bad batch of gas or have sediment in the tank, and it also lets you see when the gas is flowing properly. The filter media is definitely small enough that you will catch anything big enough to plug a jet, so as long as you open the filter up and clean it whenever it looks dirty, this should last indefinitely.
Other people may have seen leaks, but I don't see how if you use a little common sense - when people talk about the "glass to metal" connection it's actually not glass to metal, it's glass to a rubber washer. I can't imagine it leaking, but people should make sure the glass tube is centered on the rubber washer (*inside* the metal edge) and also may want to consider wiping a very thin coating of Vaseline on the edge of the glass tube if it doesn't appear to be seating properly against the rubber washer. (old carb trick for gaskets and O-rings so they don't dry out or rip when un-installing/re-installing them when you have to rebuild the carb).
Also, regarding the plastic nipples, make sure you use Teflon tape and they won't leak even with the casting flash in the threads.
I'm here doing this review because I'm buying two more - one to replace the one I pirated off my son's quad, and another just to have around for emergencies because I like this thing so much.
THEN YOU NEED TO PRE-FILTER YOUR GAS!! EASIER TO CHANGE A FILTER THAN A FUEL PUMP. RUST FLAKES CAN RUIN THE
DIAPHRAM IN YOUR FUEL PUMP.. THEY CUT INTO THE RUBBER DIAPHRAM.... PRE-FILTER THE GAS GOING INTO THE FUEL PUMP UNTIL YOU CAN SERVICE OR REPLACE YOUR GAS TANK...
During my test fitting I snapped one of the plastic bibs. They are made from VERY SOFT PLASTIC, I replaced them with brass fittings from boxed car store. Also used a few 90 fittings to keep hose from kinking.
I can see the dirt and rust its trapping, so I know its working. Replacement filters can be had at local car parts box stores, but Im not sure why it couldn't just be cleaned like a K&N.