Garth, I am not going to drive this hog in the summer except to keep the gaskets and bushings oiled. This is going to be my true farm truck. I will cat around in it on occasion but its getting 750-16 bias ply on the slip rims and a 20' paint job.....
I live on a farm and we have 4 fuel tanks here. 3 diesel and 1 gas. All have in-line filters for particles and water.
From what I was reading, the fine rust that will remain in my tank would produce stuff that would pass through a stock filter and lodge in the carb jets.
This filter cuts down the size of the particles about 75%.
I primed the filter with gas, hooked it all up and its working great. No leaks. It was about $100. Flush with 25 gallons of vinegar was about $100. I figure for the price of a radiator shop blasting my tank, I got clean gas without dealing with the rusted up crossmember
The two arms with gears on the end, if they aren't meshed together right, the window will bind. Bump the motor down carefully until the arms almost bottom out. Count the teeth on each gear from the spot where they mesh, to each end. The one side should be @ 4 teeth different. Sorry for the poor explanation, best way I know. I know mine was off and the window kept binding in the track.