I have a '67 V6 with the large original-type inline fuel filter located over the fuel pump. Last weekend, I noticed gas dripping from the fuel inlet line at the carburetor (which took the paint off my intake manifold - Doh!!!). Turns out the gasket behind the large inlet fitting needed replacing. Glad I caught the leak when I did, as it could conceivably have caused an engine fire. There is currently not a second filter installed in the fuel inlet fitting. Since I couldn't find a replacement gasket by itself at the LAPS, I bought a new inlet fitting and gasket on eBay. These came with the small internal bronze "filter" (if you can call it that), inside gasket, and spring - pictured here on a diagram of the 2G carb showing a different type of internal filter: Given that I already have the larger inline paper filter, is there any point in installing this bronze filter as well, or should I just leave it out? If I should install it, in what order should the parts be installed? Also, which direction should the open end of the filter face?