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yrun

Clark Tank Question

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I've installed the Clark 3.3 gallon tank and had to add a longer gas line; Didn't have any 90 degree elbows so I basically looped the gas line (180 degree) back toward the carb. The line may be a bit lower than the carb now. The other options are too install a 90 degree fitting and clean it up a bit or run the petcock backwards so barbed fitting is pointing to the carb..

What have you others done that have installed the clark 3.3?

Thanks,

Joe

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Get an 06 petcock and problem solved. It faces the rear so it's just a straight line to the carb.

This is something I've needed to do since I went with a Clark tank 8 months ago.

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I just run the stock petcock backward, not a problem and the line goes straight to the carb (with a small in-line filter). :)

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I like the idea of the 06 petcock the best..

thank you for the replies....

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The petcock and fuel line stick out into the shread zone when you run it backwards. Imho

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