how can I find out what mm piping for replacement filter?

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how can I find out what mm piping for replacement filter?

#1 Post by mrLongstaff » Mon Dec 21, 2015 4:56 pm

evening gas gurus.

here's hoping someone can help, over xmas I thought |I'd tackle replacing the gas filter on my car. According to docs its an ovml system so hoping this would suffice:-

http://www.gasit.co.uk/automotive-gas-p ... e-kit.html

..but the problem I have is that I'm unsure of my mm pipe thickness.

For reference, the old Merc is the one I'm doin with lpg system in the photos here :- http://carsinalbion.blogspot.co.uk/

thanks for looking.

ps. if anyone supply youtube links too on how I do it that would be great.

L

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how can I find out what mm piping for replacement filter?

#2 Post by topcat2006 » Mon Dec 21, 2015 5:32 pm

If you take off the fluted tubing covering the pipe it should stamped on the pipe. If it's not just measure the inlets and outlets on the existing filter.

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Re: how can I find out what mm piping for replacement filte

#3 Post by mrLongstaff » Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:10 pm

topcat2006 wrote:If you take off the fluted tubing covering the pipe it should stamped on the pipe. If it's not just measure the inlets and outlets on the existing filter.
yes I've just checked that and it had in blue 12 x 19,5 lpg2 so I'll go ahead and get the set of filters in earlier post.

many thanks

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