I've noticed a lot of different brands of 'nitrile' gloves shrivel after a few minutes. I don't think they're purely nitrile. or they're too thin to keep them comfortably flexible.
I have an old pair of chemical gloves that I can't/won't part with. those would definitely withstand the fuel. they're still here after many a soaking in JP-6, JP-8 and some FSII and that stuff is HIGHLY corrosive. wish I knew what they're made out of...
sorta bulldogged custom 1978 GL1000 - "geekster"
full Vetter dress 1979 GL1000 - "Barge" (currently down)
1986 1200 Aspencade - "Heart of Gold" - daily rider
1990 1500 Aspencade - It's ALIVE! but very, very naked. not in a good way.
1978 for $100 - project in worx
1978 from a previous member here - taking up space
my original '79 bought in '91 - replacing engine (eventually, maybe someday)
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