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Does any keep an eye on their fuel filter? What the life span on them? I had my 660 for 2 years and didn't even try to locate it.
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660's don't come with any, but the 700 should because its fuel injected.
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11-29-2009, 08:14 PM
I guess neither of you guys ever looked into a 660 gas tank
They all have a screen fuel filter that needs to be cleaned every few years. Take the on/off/res unit out (two bolts) and at the end of the hose will be a screen filter that has been stopping leaves, twigs and insect parts from going into your carb.
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I guess neither of you guys ever looked into a 660 gas tank
They all have a screen fuel filter that needs to be cleaned every few years. Take the on/off/res unit out (two bolts) and at the end of the hose will be a screen filter that has been stopping leaves, twigs and insect parts from going into your carb.
True, but that filter does not filter much, all the crap that will still plug a jet sneaks through.

Myself i put a inline fuel filter in.
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The 700's are built into the fuel pump. Most likely have to remove the fuel pump to get to it. Should say in back of the manual on when to check/replace.
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