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Drip pan material

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Forum Name: Design Discussion
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Printed Date: Sep/20/2019 at 4:09am


Topic: Drip pan material
Posted By: dipanshu
Subject: Drip pan material
Date 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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Posted By: shrivara
Date Posted: Sep/19/2015 at 2:12pm
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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Posted By: drvr5
Date Posted: Sep/19/2015 at 2:57pm
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.


Posted By: FelixB
Date Posted: Sep/22/2015 at 11:37am


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Posted By: Mohit Yadav
Date Posted: Jan/06/2019 at 11:01pm
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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