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Recent Comments

  1. Esmerela
    I would say the hose was too long and this was a creative fix;) Regards Esme
  2. nortriubuell
    excellent
  3. nortriubuell
    Wow.
  4. joe czech
    thanks for the service bulletin. hate to disagree with the factory, but.... my cable was routed as outlined above and I have severe chaffing in several locations. the rub factor is or was so...
  5. Ron L
    Yes, it's an original aluminum tank in great shape. However, I had a steel one painted at the same time in case it succumbs to the vibration like most of them did.