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    I am currently changing my fuel delivery setup to a pair of E85 carbs and was wandering what fuel filter I should run that would conect to 10an fittings and be E85 compatible

    Also conserned about the filler hose that conects to the tank. I dont want to have a lot of black crap in my fuel system from a filler hose breaking down any thoughts?
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    so they have e85 in okmulgee now? well maybe it'll trickle on down to here eventually

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    Lord have mercy, what happened to the $5 fuel filter. LOL

    Looks like an Areomotive A 2000 or a B/G 400 fuwl pump. A FlowMax filter. And about 1 1/2 ft of alcohol compatable filler hose + 2 steel braded lines from the tank + tank mods.

    Looks like I will have to burn 2100 gal. of E85 to pay for the change. Guess I will start early next summer

    Any thoughts on which pump is better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    so they have e85 in okmulgee now? well maybe it'll trickle on down to here eventually
    Don't have it in Okmulgee. Have to drive 20 miles to get it in Gleenpool. at 2.50 per gal.

    But I was driving that to get AV gass @ 3.80 per gal.
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