In Reply to: Ford 600 tank shut off posted by Jon Calder on September 05, 2019 at 10:13:12:
I have found that the replacement tend to leak after a year or two no matter who you buy them from. If replacing tank will I go with an NAA tank. It has the old style sediment bowl style. If replacing the valve I leave it on all the time and put in another shut off valve inline where it a little easier to access rather then under the hood. I'll also reroute gas line around the front of engine. I never liked fords idea of running the line inbetween the exhaust manifold.If yours does leak then you may not want to mess with it. But sooner or later it will. BTW you can change them out without having to take the tank off but in ain't EZ.