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    Posted: Sep/19/2015 at 1:55pm
I want to know is it compulsoey to use rating fuel pipe and rated fitting i am confused in rulebook .
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B12.5 says " All lines must be SAE rated fuel lines and attached securely to prevent minimum line movement using sound engineering practices.  The Briggs and Stratton fuel line is 1/4" SAE J30R14 or 30R7-RP. Bulk fuel line can be ordered through Briggs and Stratton and is part number 395051R. "

But I am confused why the thread topic is "Drip pan material"...
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I am confused why there are 2 threads created on this. This isn't one of the confusing parts of the rules- and it's common sense. Everything must be fuel rated, because fuel leaks are dangerous.
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Hey, 
can you please tell me what is difference between bulk fuel lines and fuel lines?
As in the rulebook it is given the Briggs and Stratton fuel line is 1/4" SAE J30R14 or 30R7-RP. Bulk fuel line can be ordered through Briggs and Stratton and is part number 395051R. " 



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