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hungry gasoline!!!

Will gasoline eat through a rubber o ring?
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Re: hungry gasoline!!!

Might if it has ethanol in it. Which most gas stations sell it.
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Will gasoline eat through a rubber o ring?
Stay away from E85 at all costs!

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Re: hungry gasoline!!!

I buy only supreme . Im using a rubber gromet for the dual feed holley feul log. the input pieces that actually screws into the carb itself. I have no acess to any store that sells holley parts and cant seem to get a propper seal with actual gasket paper making my own. However a rubber gromet is a perfect fit and seals %100. Just need to know if access to supreme feul will slowly eat the rubber. ?
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I buy only supreme . Im using a rubber gromet for the dual feed holley feul log. the input pieces that actually screws into the carb itself. I have no acess to any store that sells holley parts and cant seem to get a propper seal with actual gasket paper making my own. However a rubber gromet is a perfect fit and seals %100. Just need to know if access to supreme feul will slowly eat the rubber. ?
You can get parts directly from Holley. The inlet gasket you need is #108-8 and it's not rubber.
I purchased new bronze filters, inlet adapters, and gaskets for my double pumper and it solved the leaky issues. Some of the after market fitzall parts really don't fit that well.

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Might if it has ethanol in it. Which most gas stations sell it.
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