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Old 02-15-2024, 02:17 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Sensfan View Post
My Ranger is a 190, similar to yours. How easy or difficult was it to connect the outboard portable tank hose to your 190 Onan, e.g. did you reach under the chassis?

I put cut the fuel line under the van at a point where the tank side would reach the left rear wheelwell. I ran that line to the selector valve and another back to the cut off section of hose near the generator and attached with a splice fitting. Third leg of the valve had a short hose to the Quick Connect fitting. Then you make a loose hose with the mating Quick Connect on it and long enough for the other end to reach a gas can on the floor.

I could reach the valve handle and disconnect which were just under the inside edge of the wheelwell without removing the wheel or anything else. By sure to get a cap of some kind for van side QD to keep the dirt out of it.
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Old 02-16-2024, 01:44 PM   #42
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Don't know if anyone really cares at this point (I know I'm late to the discussion)...

We installed a fuel shut off and just run the generator till it stops at the end of each year. We do that with most of our small engines too.
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