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Old 03-07-2009, 04:33 PM
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I guess you could be correct to a point. When using one of the in line filters or cartridge type. That type usually goes in the line just before entering the carburator or from the fuel pump to the carb. With the fram, you don't need to do that because it acts similar to a reserve or bath for the gas. The gas flows through this filter and element and does not require any pressure in fuel. In fact, I've seen most application mounted at the rear of the vehicle on the frame near the gas tank. I've never had problems with suction leaks.
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