Re: How Do I Install An Oil Dispenser Inside A Gas Tank
Ok, the parts are on the way.
Simple math says that 1 oz of fluid will fill 4" of a 3/4" hose. The hose used will be clear for visibility. A 1/2" hole will be drilled atop the 4-liter tank and a 90-degree 1/2" fitting installed. 1/2" X 3/4" barb fittings press onto a 6" clear fuel line. A 1/2" brass valve on each end of the hose keeps the oil in the line. A 1/2" allen plug with a tiny hole drilled thru it screws into the end valve. Oil is poured in when the plug is removed and the end valve is opened. Then the end valve is closed and the plug reinstalled. When it's time for the oil in the line to enter the fuel tank, both valves are opened. The 1 oz of oil will quickly flow out of the clear fuel line and into the fuel tank. Oil will transfer within seconds, then both valves will be closed.
It SHOULD work, as long as both valves are above the 90-degree fitting.