[Vwdiesel] Unanswered questions

Terry Briggs vbriggs at stny.rr.com
Sat Sep 2 01:15:10 EDT 2006

That sounds like a good idea, but what if a slug of crud clogs the main 
fuel line. That sock filter sure would have been handy.
On Sep 1, 2006, at 12:46 PM, David Cook wrote:

> --- Val Christian <val at mongobird.com> wrote:
>> 	Yes, a strainer (mesh) filter, on the pickup.  I
>> can wax up
>> 	in the winter, esp if there is dirt, moisture or
>> wax in the
>> 	tank.
> When I put together the diesel Cabby, I reused it's
> in-tank pump and sender which had a screen on it.
> Being unsure if diesels came with the screen and
> concerned about clogging in cold weather, I pulled it
> off.
> I figure with my small inline filter and the regular
> filter, I'm okay.  And, both of those are much more
> convienient to deal with in case of clogging than the
> in-tank screen.
> David
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