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post #1 of 4 Old 02-15-2011, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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WVO tank ??

I am making an aluminum tank for my wvo convert. I found a fill bung and cap on ebay, I have the choice of vented cap or not, Is there a batter way to vent the tank.
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If you go to a lowes or home depot you should find vent valves in the plumbing department for water heaters. It kind of looks like an inside out schraeder valve.

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I will have to check that out. will it keep out the dust and moisture?

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If you use an elbow and mount the vent horizontal, you'll be fine.

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