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

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07-07-2013 10:22:30

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don't recycle contaminated fuel....fuel's cheap use fresh and clean

unless messing w/fuel problems is your thing.......

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07-07-2013 13:14:17

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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to dogobat, 07-07-2013 10:22:30  
I recycle it I throw it on a burn pile to make sure it is easy to start

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07-07-2013 15:21:21

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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to old, 07-07-2013 13:14:17  
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Just a few days ago I dumped the contents of a small gas container into a milk jug because I noticed that I had the lid off for a little while when it was raining, I got a half a teaspoon of water in the bottom of the jug and poured the rest back into the gas container for my puller. The milk jug lets you separate gas from water and I don't see it as contaminated gas, because gas and water don't mix very well.

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07-07-2013 20:36:37

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 Re: Get to drain a gas tank on a 200 tomorrow in reply to showcrop, 07-07-2013 15:21:21  
On this tractor I thought I had the problem gone till we drove it 100 yards and then the sediment owl was full of water again. I think it is most likely 50% water if not more. This guy had a stroke and this tractor has sat for 2 years with who know what not done to it

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