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recirculating fuel pump
On the latest Latitudes and Attitudes issue there is an article on the instalation of a recirculating fuel pump and a bypass valve that can direct the fuel back to the tank (p.73). Anybody tried this?
Seems to be a great way to deal with fuel contamination. clearly most boat owners are not aware of problems until they are shaken up by some nasty swells and if they need the engine at that point it's the most likely time to find that the gunk in the bottom is now in suspension and starts to clog up the filters or worse.
It seems like this is much cheaper than a dual filter setup. I'm thinking it would be a good alteration. Any opinions on that?
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