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I'm after putting an auxiliary fuel tank on the Transalp but I can't find a connector to go into the main fuel tank.
The clearance under the tank is limited so I'm in need of one of these.




Does anyone know where I can get one.
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Plumb centre Foster, go to the heating parts counter.

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I had a scout round on Plumbcentre web site and could only see 15mm iron to 6mm hose connection? :)heads
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Pete I'm after a one that bolts through the tank I don't want to start welding to it. Deemon Tweeks have loads of connectors just none like the photo. I'm off down to plumb centre in a bit.
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Baxi 105 vacuum pipe to flue connector is steel or brass and has a decent thread length with a 8-18 mm pipe fitting.

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now i know they work on gas, will it work on petrol as well :)
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Derek wrote: now i know they work on gas, will it work on petrol as well :)


The ones I linked to, are one piece and only require two nuts and two petrol resistant washers to install them, just like the original picture Foster put up.Should be fine for use with fuel.
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