Author Topic: Petrol leaks  (Read 763 times)

Richard

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Petrol leaks
« on: 12.10. 2009 22:07 »
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a10gf wrote:
petrol leaks... ending up like this  *eek*Must have used a RH float!. (The guy survived. From a local newspaper today. Witness tells the bike came flying past her livingroom window).


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Or indeed by the following, http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/4676013.Vintage_motorbikes_destroyed_in_blaze/

An update to this is that Ron had just finished restoring his matchless and had a leak from the petrol tank or tap and the fumes built up in the garage and his gas central heating unit is also in the garage and when the fumes made contact with the pilot light it went whoosh and that was that.
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Re: Petrol leaks
« Reply #1 on: 13.10. 2009 11:45 »
One can never be too careful.
Some more fire discussion: http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php/topic,615.0.html

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