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    Adapter, Container NSN 5342-00-066-1235 MFR P/N: 13211E7541

    Is the 5 gallon/55 gallon bung adapter which the aux fuel line connects to.

    fuel can adapter.jpg

    Auxiliary Fuel Line NSN 4720-00-021-3320
    aux fuel line.jpg

    Auxiliary fuel hose specs
    aux fuel line specs1.pdf

    bung adapter in 5 gal MFC
    adapter in MFC.jpg

    In a 55 gallon drum you use both pieces
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    No no, just for information purposes. So people have a understanding of what they are, and the part number when looking for them.
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    Anyone have a specs for the hose? Or something affordable which works with the AN fittings? I have all the fittings, the good ones which can be reused.
    1986 M1031 SECM.
    1985 MEP 002A
    1974 MEP 026C, eventually converting to electric start.

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    The cheapest thing is probably going to be regular 3/8” or 5/16” fuel line. I use the regular 3/8” myself for testing purposes. Bought the AN to 3/8 barb adapter from Discounthydraulichose.com. Not too costly. I have the aux hoses too. Just keep them neat and tidy in the machines. If I needed that fitting fast, I would buy a -5 to #6 hose fitting and cut the outer crimp sleeve off. Force the regular hose on and use a hose clamp.

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    Anyone have a specs for the hose? Or something affordable which works with the AN fittings? I have all the fittings, the good ones which can be reused.
    1986 M1031 SECM.
    1985 MEP 002A
    1974 MEP 026C, eventually converting to electric start.

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    NSN: 4720-00-289-9197

    CROSS-SECTIONAL SHAPE STYLE ROUND
    INSIDE DIAMETER 0.250 INCHES NOMINAL
    TEMP RATING -65.0 DEG FAHRENHEIT AND 250.0 DEG FAHRENHEIT SINGLE RESPONSE
    OUTSIDE DIAMETER 0.578 INCHES NOMINAL
    MINIMUM INSIDE BENDING RADIUS 3.380 INCHES
    EXTERIOR COLOR GRAY OR BLACK
    END ITEM IDENTIFICATION GRUMMAN A10 AIRCRAFT
    BURST TEST PRESSURE 10000.0 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH SINGLE RESPONSE
    MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE 3000.0 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH SINGLE RESPONSE
    HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURE 5000.0 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH SINGLE RESPONSE
    OUTER COVERING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MILDEW RESISTANT AND OIL RESISTANT
    INSIDE SURFACE CONDITION SMOOTH
    MATERIAL RUBBER SYNTHETIC TUBE
    MEDIA FOR WHICH DESIGNED FUEL/OIL, HYDROCARBON SINGLE RESPONSE
    SPECIFICATION/STANDARD DATA 81349--1L-H-8794 GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATION
    NONDEFINITIVE SPEC/STD DATA 5 SIZE


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    Howdy,
    Auxiliary Fuel Line NSN 4720-00-021-3320
    aux fuel line.jpg
    Below is the other part numbers from the different manufacturers.

    A303004-5S-30 MANLEY VALVE CORP

    B13200E6142 CHIEF OF ENGINEERS DEPT OF ARMY

    B228-34 HOLLINGSWORTH JOHN R CO

    B51757 KECO INDUSTRIES INC.

    D11560-4-5 UNIVERSAL LOGISTICS CORP CLARK DIV

    D11560-4-5 CHIEF OF ENGINEERS DEPT OF ARMY

    FA1493FFF3000 EATON-AEROQUIP LLC. DBA AEROSPACE GROUP DIV FLUID

    FA1493FFF3000 EATON-AEROQUIP INC DIV FLUID CONNECTORS PRODUCTS

    JHP111-32 HOLLINGSWORTH JOHN R CO

    J5037 FABCO GENERATORS INC. DBA FABCO POWER
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    Looking at MFCs online, it appears the neck is threaded. The bung adapter I have is not threaded. Is this correct? Do the two mate tightly due to the rubber seal on the bung adapter?

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