Hey Agrav8, I went to my local garden shop and asked for a fuel pickup for chainsaws like you said you had. You said it really sucks up the fuel. I asked the guy about the part number and he gave me one and said it was the same thing.
Is this ok?
Posted by AGRAV8 on 06-04-2004 09:53 PM:
It looks more like this
Not to say that yours will not. The foam on mine touches the tank, and yours is "caged". I would be cautious about low fuel until it proves itself.
Posted by SteveH on 06-05-2004 02:12 PM:
I used one like you have on my last gasser with good results. Just remember when using a filter clunk, do not fuel the tank thru the pick-up line as it will polute the carb side of the filter if there is ANY foreign matter in you fuel.
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Posted by Jared J on 06-05-2004 08:34 PM:
good thinking Steve, I would have filled it like a glow engine, doh!
Posted by FalconPilot on 06-05-2004 09:10 PM:
What Steve said!
I use one in my fuel tank, and the heli tank. I fill by the return line, so fuel only goes one way through the filter in the heli.
Mark Smith showed me this so I can not take credit in this part of the country
Posted by Foxden on 06-22-2004 12:06 AM:
What's the mfg. or part number for that filter, and where can we order them? I need to get one of those.
Posted by Al Magaloff on 06-22-2004 12:20 AM:
Stens part # 610-381
Posted by Warren on 06-22-2004 01:04 AM:
Maybe I live life a little dangerously, but I've always felt filters on the heli/plane add one more point of possible failure.
I've just used 1-2 filters on my delivery system for over 20 years and have never had a problem...
Anyone else as crazy as me?
The Big Wally
Posted by Foxden on 06-22-2004 01:25 AM:
Posted by Al Magaloff on 06-22-2004 01:29 AM:
Warren, because Tygon is Tygon, a gasser's pick-up/klunk is not as reactive as a glow set-up. The fliter klunks, like the Stens I mentioned, and James has pictured, hold a lot of fuel, being very heavy, make the Tygon cooperate. The filtering benefit is secondary at best. James, the "foam" is actually mylar, I believe. Very easy membrane for the fuel to go through, yet very fine filtering ability. BillMe's favorite.
Posted by Warren on 06-22-2004 02:09 AM:
Agreed on the weight issue.
I've been using a Dubro heavy clunk with the Aerotrend blue line.
The Big Wally
Posted by hrpull on 06-22-2004 04:07 AM:
I thinks Sears parts also stocks this Poulan part number:
Enter the part number above and it is listed under lawn and garden for $2.29
I haven't ordered this particular fuel filter yet, but I've ordered other stuff from Sears parts for trimmers and such.
Posted by JKos on 06-22-2004 04:32 AM:
Good find! I called a bazillion small engine shops in my city and none of them could help me with the Stens or Poulan part number. I just ordered three from Sears.
Posted by hrpull on 06-22-2004 06:22 AM:
No problem, glad to help. I just ordered a couple myself. Too bad it cost $4.50 or so to ship the $2 part....
Posted by ImRich on 06-23-2004 01:08 PM:
I did a comparison of two clunks and have a pic in my gallery of the two clunks
The Rotary was heavier, etc. seemed to work better as far as being a clunk weight.
I've been flying the rotary since and have not had an issue with it at all.
Posted by shootist on 06-23-2004 02:50 PM:
I think both of those clunks could use a little Viagra.
Posted by Ts8103 on 06-24-2004 10:03 PM:
I found the rotary clunk at the Home Depot in my area for $3.50. It was on clearance and came with a air filter.
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Posted by hrpull on 06-25-2004 05:26 PM:
Just got this from Sears:
I'm assuming this is the right clunk?