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Old 11-04-2010, 06:27 PM   #1
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Is this what I think it is?



I think it is a valve to switch between the main & auxiliary fuel tanks. It is broken in half & it was leaking badly. I'm gonna be looking for a new one this weekend.
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I think it is a valve to switch between the main & auxiliary fuel tanks. It is broken in half & it was leaking badly. I'm gonna be looking for a new one this weekend.
Do you have a Ford chassis, or GM?
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GM P30 Chassis.

I can find a similar parts online. I believe this is an after market part not original equipment.
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If the automotive parts stream doesn't cough up the needed part, you might want to visit your local Piper or Cessna dealer.
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