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Old 11-06-2019, 09:22 AM
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What fuel dots you use. Something reliable not to get air into the UAT tank.
What Fuel Vent Line Plug to vent the tank?
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by winter1 View Post
What fuel dots you use. Something reliable not to get air into the UAT tank.
What Fuel Vent Line Plug to vent the tank?
Please give some links ***winter***
I never used fuel dots on any jets, just another thing that can fail, and on start you should have access to the mechanical shutoff so the canopy pretty has to be open.....

Vent choose a height flow and go with the same on all jet that way you donít need adapter for the rest of the jets yes you will end up with more then one.....I used dreamworks high flow on all mine...
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:55 AM
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I use all different kinds of fuel dots on all my jets. Never a single bubble of air from any of them. Just use the proper size fill line for the dot. The fill line doesn't have to be large high flow.
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Old 11-06-2019, 12:50 PM
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Jersey modeler have been great
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+1 on the Jersey Modeler Dry Connectors, have used them on many jets over many years, never had a problem.
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I never used fuel dots on any jets, just another thing that can fail, and on start you should have access to the mechanical shutoff so the canopy pretty has to be open.....

Vent choose a height flow and go with the same on all jet that way you donít need adapter for the rest of the jets yes you will end up with more then one.....I used dreamworks high flow on all mine...
To be clear, I'm thinking of fuel plugs which I've always called fuel dots and not the machined pieces that mount to the side of the fuselage.
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Jersey modeler allows you the option of a bezel
mount or clip that you can mount inside the jet. I have used both and they are great. Unparalleled customer service


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Originally Posted by causeitflies View Post

To be clear, I'm thinking of fuel plugs which I've always called fuel dots and not the machined pieces that mount to the side of the fuselage.
Well I do used something to closed the filling tube....but thatís not the definition of a fuel dot...like gas plane...in the side of the fuselage, perhaps I got it wrong...but I know I donít used fuel dots LOL
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The Jersey modeler refueling system looks great. He's on his way to me now. Thank you JM for perfect service. ***winter***
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