Can someone point out the best pipe fitting sealer to use when connected the Sediment Bowl to the Gas Tank and the gas line to the sediment bowl?
Ditto, EZ Turn for the first time and only time.
A lifetime supply (1 lb), for not much more that the 5 oz tube from Lang's http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/cspages/ezturnlube.php?clickkey=218206
"Seals all" this is gas tank repair product
Yes, sealer for the sediment bowl to the gas tank. But not for the fuel line. The feed pipe pack nut (#2910) which attaches both ends of the line originally used a felt washer inside, but most today use a rubber or neoprene washer.
Steel brake line is better for a fuel pipe than brass or copper, which are subject to breaking from metal fatigue.
A rubber or neoprene washer goes inside the nut and is squeezed tight around the pipe as the nut is tightened.
I used to use a short piece of rubber hose but now use an O ring to seal the steel tube.
Felt works fine, use a piece and a half to get a good seal. KGB
Use a compression fitting whether at the carb or shut off if you prefer. It can be reused if removing the carb and still looks original if not using a shut off. Big advantage, no rubber or felt issues.
I have always used a steel fuel line and felt seals at either end. Never had a leak problem in 30+ years.
Use the neoprene washer as Steve points out as a compression fitting, EZ turn on the gas valve body, and a PTFE sealing tape on the threads. Always worked for me.
I've always used steel line with the original fittings and a brass compression sleeve. No leaks ever.
Loctite 567. Best ever, gas or oil. Any kind of thread fitting.