Petcock Failure

1KPerDay 1kperday at
Tue Aug 14 19:58:19 PDT 2007

Exactly... but if the vac petcock fails, the float needles are the
only thing holding back the fuel. ;) That's why it's good to have a
redundant fuel shut-off.

On 8/14/07, John Soliday <johnsoliday at> wrote:
> I thought the whole idea of the vacuum type was to prevent flooding when the
> float needles get old and can't hold back the fuel pressure when not
> running.
Utah Jeff
'96 SheePz1100

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