Ahh that make sense! I forgot about the whole bleeding thing. I've played with similar connectors for hydraulics before and it is impressive how little fluid leaks when you connect or disconnect them. Nice work!
More systems should be designed like this!
I'm not sure if there's any added benefit to doing this with your system but I shut off the fuel valve and let the motor burn up any fuel left in the lines before working on it. It gets most of it out
I'm seeing fuel filter and separator combos in two different styles - one that can be drained and one that looks like an oil filter. Both products claim to do the same thing
@Stu Jackson My 25 has a saildrive but it breaks a lot. My primary motor is an Evinrude 9.9 that runs off of the inboard tank
I went to purchase a new fuel filter/separator and noticed there was two different types available for nearly the same price - The all metal one that looks like an oil filter and ones with a separate chamber that can be emptied. What are the pros and cons of each one?
That makes sense.
I go with the bare minimum apps on my iPhone. I do avoid many sites. I always block unnecessary scripts, fingerprints, etc on websites and maintain a hostfile to block connections I distrust. The evil runs deep on the interwebs
Are you sure they arent through bolted? A pic of the underside would help
Try getting something under the head such as a metal paint scraper, pry bar or my favorite, a body panel remover.Push against the threads and/or pull upwards while turning it. I suggest using cordless drill with socket