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Main MTZ Talk => MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) => Topic started by: imperial1960 on December 02, 2014, 06:26:26 PM

Title: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 02, 2014, 06:26:26 PM
I have a belarus 562 less than 500 hours it.Im wanting to replace plastic fuel lines from tanks to injection pump.Can i reuse the bango fittings then install new plastic or rubber hose?
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: Haymaker on December 04, 2014, 07:44:49 PM
Yeah if you want the plastic line pushes onto the banjo fitting there.  I put a piece of 5/16" fuel in between the tanks at the back years back when I had a leak.  But you can get that plastic line from Belarus too probably stand up better
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 05, 2014, 11:01:01 AM
Thats what I need to know I see the banjo fitting and the 5/16 line connected perfect!This is the area Im going to install the electric pump.Thanks haymaker
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: EJH10 on December 07, 2014, 01:23:20 PM
With problems in fuel lines,  the main problem is just in the banjo fittings. It seems to be able to collect all kind of impurities flowing in the stream. This problem will appear mostly in old MTZ-tractors, specially, which has been not used for years. Problem is caused by corrosion in tanks. Rost is very capable of block these fittings, but donīt worry, cleaning fittings and regular driving will finish this problem.
Full exit with this problem is reached with plastic tanks, spare part numbers 1221-1101510 or ЯВАГ1221-1101510 with tractors with "hoist" witf one tank. 80-1101510 and 80-1101520 with two tanks.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 08, 2014, 11:14:25 AM
One needs to install a pre filter before all of belarus filters if one is getting build up in banjo fitting this could save time.Im removing the all belarus fuel filters so I can run fuel filters from Napa.I will use a filter base from a Case loader and spin on fuel filters.These are 6-32 micron wix filters.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 09, 2014, 06:25:16 PM
This is what I found out today reusing the plastic line.I used a hair dryer to heat the end of plastic line then installed a 5/16 hose barb into the line worked great.Dryer made the plastic line soft to where the hose barb slid on.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 25, 2014, 06:46:10 PM
I have had these misc parts around the shop so i decided to install electric pump and change out fitler base.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: Haymaker on December 26, 2014, 11:59:17 AM
Wow you were busy there!  So that fuel pump runs constantly now when ever the key is on?
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 26, 2014, 02:13:51 PM
I only have electric pump on to bleed fuel filters. I'm still having problems with pictures my son has been helping me with photo bucketing I have more to post   
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 26, 2014, 03:34:07 PM
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Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: Haymaker on December 27, 2014, 12:15:16 AM
I only have electric pump on to bleed fuel filters. I'm still having problems with pictures my son has been helping me with photo bucketing I have more to post

So the electric fuel pump doesn't cause any restriction when its not running? Hard to see there but it looks like its hooked inline before the filters.

As for pics you can do it the way you're doing or if you resize them down some you can upload them directly to this site from your computer.  What ever works easier.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on December 27, 2014, 10:42:50 AM
electric pumps fllow fuel like a diode if there was a restriction it would cause low power which i do not have.i went from 5/16 to 3/8 hose tank to pump.under the oil bath cleaner is a fuel heater then fuel gos to fram filters.new to computers here so im trying
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: EJH10 on February 21, 2015, 03:19:05 PM
I have a belarus 562 less than 500 hours it.Im wanting to replace plastic fuel lines from tanks to injection pump.Can i reuse the bango fittings then install new plastic or rubber hose?
Unfortunately the original plastic fuel line do not stay useful many years. Original banjo fittings instead can be reused in my opinion. I rebuilt my MTZ fuel lines with the plastic truck pneumatic lines and have no problem during last seven years.
Title: Re: Fuel lines
Post by: imperial1960 on March 08, 2015, 03:58:40 PM
thanks I will try this!