Garrett Porter

Garrett Porter

28 years old
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Truckee, CA
United States
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    Doug Boyle
    "Doug Boyle" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    When using the glass filters try and find the metal nipples vs the nylon ones. I've seen the nylon ones develop leaks/cracks. I think Napa sells the ones with metal nipples. Also, the blue line should be switched every 1-2 years; I sold my 582 ...
    1 month ago
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    Garrett Porter
    Garrett Porter commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Way to go Evolution Trikes!
    2 months ago
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    Garrett Porter
    Garrett Porter commented on Helge-Arne Bekkemellem's Video.
    What is going on with that seat cushion?
    3 months ago
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    Garrett Porter
    Garrett Porter commented on Paul Hamilton's Video.
    Now you've got me wanting to get my trailer into shape! When do the Sport Aviation Center vinyl decals for each side get added on?
    3 months ago
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    Brandon Thompson
    Brandon Thompson has accepted Garrett Porter's friend request.
    3 months ago
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    Frank Dempsey
    "Frank Dempsey" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    Fuel Filters - I used to use these small glass filters with a metal screen on my 912 in the past. They can get dirty faster than a larger filter because of the small area so I switched to a large area filter after having one leak on me. I'm ...
    3 months ago
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    Garrett Porter
    "Garrett Porter" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    @Gregg Ludwig Thank you so much for pointing this out. It came up when I searched fuel hose and in the description it said "High quality "santoprene" fuel and oil resistant hose" which led me to believe I was on to the right item. I see where I ...
    3 months ago
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    Doug Smith
    "Doug Smith" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    My 2 cents after many attempts at the colored fuel lines. For a long time, I also thought the clear blue visibility was helpful. I even found Red at a hot rod supplier here in LA to match my trikes color. But after more than a few replacements of ...
    3 months ago
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    Ted  Bailey
    "Ted Bailey" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    Blue or yellow as long as it is alcohol resistant and for the last few years we have been using a zip tie designed for fuel lines, they work great and are easy to install. I like a black rubber fuel line only for the primer bulb bypass.
    3 months ago
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    Paul Hamilton
    "Paul Hamilton" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    I was never a fan of the safety wire clamp/attachment but now I also feel it is one of the best options for the blue lines.
    3 months ago
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    Gregg Ludwig
    "Gregg Ludwig" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    Garrett, number 1 pictured is not fuel line, not intended for fuel line and not sold as fuel line. #1 is "rubber hose" sold as replacement tubing for the CarbMate (TS-111) instrument used to synchronize carburetors.
    3 months ago
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    jeff trike
    "jeff trike" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    instead of clamps for the blue fuel lines, I use a double wrap of safety wire, then twisted off as usual to secure.
    3 months ago
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    Paul Hamilton
    "Paul Hamilton" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    I like the blue lines because you can see the fuel but trash those hose clamps for the blue hoses - they are not round for the small diameters and can cause air leakage into the system.
    3 months ago
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    Frank Dempsey
    "Frank Dempsey" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    I use automotive black high pressure fuel line up to the fuel filter, then Lockwood purchased blue line from there to the carbs which lets you see air bubbles if they appear. So minimize the blue line as much as you can. Get the clear pulse (harder) ...
    3 months ago
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    Damien B
    "Damien B" commented on Garrett Porter's Blog "Fuel Lines on a Rotax 503".
    >> Does anyone know of any reason to go with one over the other, other than price? I always like the see through blue fuel lines as it gave me a level of comfort being able to see the fuel in the lines. I always got it from CPS and got a few extra ...
    3 months ago

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