I did my first annual maintenance yesterday on the 2038R, and I have to imagine that there is a better way to change the fuel filters. Specifically the first filter under the floorboard. When I removed it, fuel just flowed out continuously at a fairly high rate until I managed to get the new filter on there. Probably lost 2-3 quarts of fuel. I can't use the old vice grips trick like I did on the 1025R because the filter housing back to the tank appears to be 1 piece aluminum.
Is there a shut off that I missed? How are you guys handling this? I was hoping the spin on filters would be easier to maintain than the plastic in-line but so far I'm not impressed.