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Bruce Collinson18/06/2018 21:03:39
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Bought a Kuza clear fuel tank at Weston, made in China of course; says it’s petrol suitable but has unrecognised blue tubing, alloy screw in Cap with O ring. I wonder whether anybody has experience of these and in particular whether they are indeed petrol proof?

Classic England performance, almost snatching ignominy from the jaws of victory. I do wonder though whether the Video Refs are natives ......

BTC

Gary Manuel18/06/2018 21:23:20
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Yes - Kuza tanks are made for petrol.

I've just ordered 2 x 700ml ones from AliExpress.

john stones 118/06/2018 22:02:19
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Posted by Bruce Collinson on 18/06/2018 21:03:39:

Bought a Kuza clear fuel tank at Weston, made in China of course; says it’s petrol suitable but has unrecognised blue tubing, alloy screw in Cap with O ring. I wonder whether anybody has experience of these and in particular whether they are indeed petrol proof?

Classic England performance, almost snatching ignominy from the jaws of victory. I do wonder though whether the Video Refs are natives ......

BTC

Tanks are o.k and yes they're fuel proof.

Not allowed to swear so can't comment on the video refs, VAR is not fool proof. wink

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