Here I’ve run new hoses to the shut-off valves, and from the new long-range T connectors to the quick-disconnect fittings (dripless). I’m really happy with how this turned out, and it should give us total flexibility on baggage versus fuel capacity, and when the long range tanks are in, they should fill and drain just like they were built with the strakes. We’ll leak test all of this later this week, and strain the fuel system off contaminates.

New hoses to sump and QD connections

Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Sunday April 4th, 2010 at 10:00 PM

Categories: Strakes
Tags: Building Fuselage Long-Range Tanks Strakes

One response to “Long Range Fuel Quick Disconnects”

  1. Document says:

    […] out all of my pitot-static tubing to this style. We also finished up my hard tubing for the long range tank quick-disconnect fittings. Maybe we’ll get the new hoses to finish this up tomorrow before […]

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