|1/4" Female x 1/4" Female
A full-flow plug valve with solid bottom and integral mounting bracket. Brass body and plug. Floating stem with O-ring prevents leakage. Packed with synthetic grease which resists gasoline and solvents. Indicating click on 3-port and 4-port valve (CN models) tells when handle is in full open or closed position. Tested to 30 PSI. Not FAA approved. *For 2 tanks. Flow is from either side to branch. **For 3 tanks. Flow is from any side to bottom outlet. Note: Order valve with 1/4" pipe threads for 3/8" dia. fuel line. Order valve with 3/8" pipe threads for 1/2" dia. fuel line. These pipe thread sizes are the ones normally associated with the indicated tube sizes.
* For 2 tanks. Flow is from either side to branch.
** For 3 tanks. Flow is from any side to bottom outlet.
Note: Order valve with 1/4" pipe threads for 3/8" dia. fuel line. Order valve with 3/8" pipe threads for 1/2" dia fuel line. These pipe thread sizes are the ones normally associated with the indicated tube sizes.
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No issues works well
1/4" FEMALE FUEL VALVE 4-PORT
Installed this replacement, works great!, does not come with any additional hardware.
1/4" FEMALE FUEL VALVE 4-PORT
We used this in an Aeronca 7ac champ for the main fuel tank. We put brass plugs in the other two ports which are available if we install wing tanks. We have only installed it so far but it appears to be a good quality fuel selector.
Great part. Excellent service.
A reasonably priced fuel selector but after several installations (5) we have come across a few slow leaks. This can be in part due to the housing being slightly loose, ..easy fix (big nut - but dont over tighten), or by installing it into a dirty system whereas small contaminants are chaffing the plastic ball in the housing and over time allowing for fuel bypass.
The stem for the handle is too short for my airplane. Didnt see in the specs where the length of the stem is shown. Other than that, seems like a well-built valve
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The 05-02672 was a duplicate part number of 6749. They are the same unit.
You would want to use AN816-6-6D.
Yes, this valve does have an off selection by turning the pointer towards the mounting holes. This will create no flow through the valve.
The Homebuilder's shut-off valves will not have a "both". Please take a look at P/N# 05-21697 or take a look at the FS20 series Andair valves as these will have a "both" position.
The valve does make a click when the position is changed. You can feel it click into position and you have to apply force to move it out to the next position.
You would order the 3/8th fuel selector and then something like an AN840-8 or 8D for 1/2" ID fuel lines.
Yes, it does.
These are not rebuildable. New valve will need to replace the old valve if damaged or not working.
Our part number NAS387-832-8P will work.
The "Plug" is the internal mechanism that the handle is attached to. You could use part number an814-6 or 6D to plug off one of the ports.