Author Topic: Dolmar Sachs 120si restoring - Picture story  (Read 776 times)

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Offline m_marc

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Re: Dolmar Sachs 120si restoring - Picture story
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2019, 01:08:30 pm »
Looking good. Watch the Tygon on the oiler and fuel line.    Heat gets to them. If real tygon is better but if copied stuff sold as tygon is crap.

I use OEM black echo lines now.    Watch them too there is aftermarket copies of it too.

Thanks for clarification.

I don't know if it is real Tygon (but I think so) but I use it for a long time and I never had problems.
On other engines even after a long time exposed to heat and fuel remains elastic and does not dry out.
I have less than a meter left at home, I remember it was quite expensive.
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