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pressure building up in fuel tank

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farmchecker43

06-12-2010 16:26:17
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I have a 49 TO 20 & when you use it much the fuel builds up pressure in the tank , have tried a new gas cap but still does it the tank has been cleaned at a radiator shop & had a liner put in ( sprayed I think )




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jfnewt

06-26-2010 19:19:01
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 Re: pressure building up in fuel tank in reply to farmchecker43, 06-12-2010 16:26:17  
http://www.flickr.com/photos/21902222@N07/4640072323/sizes/l/in/set-72157623639099423/ This is a link to pics from my TO35 heat shield



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mowr

06-18-2010 20:35:19
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 Re: pressure building up in fuel tank in reply to farmchecker43, 06-12-2010 16:26:17  
As others have said, "will-fit" gas caps designed for modern cars can be deadly when installed on tractors that were designed for fully vented gas caps (NO pressure/no vacuum). Check out some of the posts regarding free tractor gas caps from the tractor companies to help avoid the flash fires that happen when something lets go.



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Fred Hart

06-13-2010 05:21:31
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 Re: pressure building up in fuel tank in reply to farmchecker43, 06-12-2010 16:26:17  
as said before check and be sure you have a vented gas cap.

auto gas caps are not vented, someone may have installed a auto gas cap

my to35 has a metal shield under gas tank and its over the exhaust manifold. check with someone else who owns a tractor like yours that is not having the heat problem, see if your tractor has the same heat shielding as the tractor that does not have the heat problem.

maybe someone on forum will make a picture of their tractors heat shield.

need to get this problem fix as this could be a very serious safety problem.

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kevin garrett

06-12-2010 20:35:36
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 Re: pressure building up in fuel tank in reply to farmchecker43, 06-12-2010 16:26:17  
i had preasure building up on my te20.the gas was boiling after you used it for awhile.i got some heat barrier material from napa and put it on the bottom of the gas tank.it helped on my te20 a lot



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Marlowe

06-12-2010 19:31:48
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 Re: pressure building up in fuel tank in reply to farmchecker43, 06-12-2010 16:26:17  
just buy a vented cap. thats what they had new. when you replaced the cap did you ask for a vented one ?



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