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Subject: Re: Petrol Fumes

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Date Posted: 21:19:45 29/08/2007 Wed
In reply to: Steve harrison 's message, "Re: Petrol Fumes" on 17:31:28 29/08/2007 Wed

> Given the
>volatile nature of petrol vapour, it would be wise to
>get this sorted before you take the boat out again

I agree. Very small leaks on a car engine, while not good, do tend to get blown away. In the confines of a boat, the fumes can build up and be very dangerous, as well as being unpleasant.

The leaky carb may not be too much of a problem, but it ought to be sorted.


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