200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
grob
I cut the bottom of the cup out and it fit fairly well in a Coleman funnel without a screen. I poured some camp fuel through it and did not seem to affect the filter or glue. The filter is synthetic of some sort, not paper. These are Keurig K-Cup pods. I don't use these due to the the terrible environmental impact, just came across them. You could probably use an O-ring to secure it in the funnel... didn't have one big enough.
Gary

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Gasman64
That's a good re-use of those pods (I always thought them to be a waste, too.)
What I'd like is to re-use a fuel filter for coffee...[crazy]
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kenmack
Gasman64 wrote:
That's a good re-use of those pods (I always thought them to be a waste, too.)
What I'd like is to re-use a fuel filter for coffee...[crazy]


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Gasman64
kenmack wrote:


That'll cause you gas, man.

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Scouterjan
Interesting idea
Jan
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Fraggboy
I [Yeah] the idea and creativity to re-use.  Question..  Would the coffee filter be adequate to remove water content from the fuel like the felt filters?
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NWMike
Considering what the dominant ingredient is in my coffee I don't see how.
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Fraggboy
NWMike wrote:
Considering what the dominant ingredient is in my coffee I don't see how.


I understand it's not going to stop a cup of pure water like when making coffee, but small droplets that might have accumulated in the fuel.
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NWMike
I admit that my post was leaning towards sarcasm.
One way to try and measure the effectiveness would be a cup of water, eye dropper, and examples of both filters.
Count the numbers of water drops applied to one filter until it saturates to the point of the water passing thru the filter.  Repeat the process on the next filter and see if the difference in the number of drops is appreciable.
I drink my coffee the old fashion way so I'll leave this experiment to someone more progressive than me.
[cheers][coffeetime]
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