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    teflon tube on extrenal kero start plug

    How do you guys soften the Teflon to get it onto the kero plug

    Thanks for the help
    Bill

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    RE: teflon tube on extrenal kero start plug

    Bill,
    You can use your heat gun, but be very careful with it. Don't over heat it.
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    RE: teflon tube on extrenal kero start plug

    I have not had to soften it up. I just push it on. Have done 3 of them with no problems.

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    RE: teflon tube on extrenal kero start plug

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