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Old 07-29-2013, 11:02 AM
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Thanks Dave.
In my unique way of thinking, I wonder about creating a vacuum on the purge port to pull fresh air through from the atmospheric opening on the bottom (that sounds weird) through the charcoal.
I am very hesitant to use a shop vac to pull gasoline vapors, as that sounds like I could end up winning the Darwin awards, plus, I think it could end up being too much vacuum on the media inside the can.
Is there a tool that would use compressed air source to generate a smaller vaccum? I would think that could be useful, especially if you could use it to suck up old nasty brake fluid in brake and clutch master cylinders prior to changing out fluid.
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