Originally Posted by 700hauler
Not trying to be an ass but, How is it better than running it dry?
A second opinion here. My Yamaha is 3 years old now. I have the trifuel modified one (it runs on gas, LNG, and Propane). Per the TriFuel conversion instructions I switch from gasoline to propane by just closed the fuel shutoff valve; run it dry and then open the propane valve; push the start button on my remote and it starts right up.
There IS a clear vinyl line running from the fuel bowl, but my Yamaha instructions say it is for draining the bowl for storage. Since I have gotten used to running it dry for propane use, I just do that when I put it away.
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