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Old 11-25-2012, 07:13 PM   #76
Let me take this duck off
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Joined: Apr 2009
Location: BC
Oddometer: 3,190
Originally Posted by max57 View Post
I have been wondering why I don't have ethanol problems. It's the rubber. My carburetor is an old Bing with no rubber parts except a rubber ring at the top, which doesn't touch fuel. And its octane requirements are low.
It well destory old fiberglass tanks but I feel when it come to the carb it would take years to effect the rubber. It all is a matter of age. The old the scooter the more likely it's going to damage it. Anything made in the last 10 years should be good but then I been wrong before. As my girlfrend I wrong about everything .
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