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Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow

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old

07-07-2013 08:40:15
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I was thinking just some 3/8 gas hose to siphon with. Tried the HEET trick but that did not work so I guess it has a lot of water in the gas




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36 coupe

07-12-2013 04:02:45
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to old, 07-07-2013 08:40:15  
I used dry gas in lawn mower tanks.You have to shake the mower to get the water to mix with the alcohol.Hard to shake a tractor.You can get water out of gas by running it thru a milk filter disc.Wet the filter with gas first and it will stop water.I always let the mowers run to get rid of the water gas mix.Some dry gas has methanol in it that will attack zinc based castings.



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07-12-2013 08:19:00
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to 36 coupe, 07-12-2013 04:02:45  
Easy to shake a gas tank on a tractor just drive it LOL but the HEET did not work found that out real fast. Got the tank drained and then used a rag to soak up what did not drain plus got a good bit of rust out with the rag



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Ultradog MN

07-07-2013 10:35:51
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to old, 07-07-2013 08:40:15  
If you use a simple hose to siphon with make sure you $uck on the other end good and long and hard to get it flowing good.
wink :)

Edit: Interesting. They banned the use of that word so I had to use the $ sign.



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07-07-2013 13:11:35
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to Ultradog MN, 07-07-2013 10:35:51  
I picked up one of those $3 siphon tubes that has the bulb on it so no suction will be needed on my part LOL. Never did like the taste of gas when it was good and this stuff we have now is worse



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cbrown9064

07-07-2013 20:46:43
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to old, 07-07-2013 13:11:35  
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What else works real good is a outboard fuel line with primer bulb. The primer bulb works real well to get the siphon going...



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07-07-2013 21:22:20
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to cbrown9064, 07-07-2013 20:46:43  
This is about the same thing but cheaper



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Larry NCKS

07-08-2013 02:42:38
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 2000 tomorrow in reply to old, 07-07-2013 21:22:20  
subject line is easy to edit



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07-08-2013 07:26:15
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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 2000 tomorrow in reply to Larry NCKS, 07-08-2013 02:42:38  
Not when you use classic in modern it can be done but I do not use the modern side of the forums



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