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J Thomas

02-25-2010 16:27:42

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Hey guys the bio deisel got me this morning pluging up my fuel line . This is the 4th tank we will have to clean out . does the tank have a screen in the bottom or is it just an open hole?

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J Heitkemper

02-28-2010 18:59:41

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 Re: 1570 fuel tank in reply to J Thomas, 02-25-2010 16:27:42  
did not have to pull the tank on My 1070.. must be different from your 1570 ... after removing fuel , i was able to take out the bottom valve assembly and clean all the gunk on the stand up screen ,, plenty gunked up , bio diesel should clean the tank, use sparingly at 1st , and be prepared for filter problems ... i LIKE GREEN FUELS .... ran some home grown and home distilled alcohol in my 350 chevy metal tank , the filter had to be changed twice for all the dirt and rust ,, b-12 helps.. slant 6 massey combine motor got along best with alcohol fuel ... exhaust had a nice cooked corn odor to it . LOL

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John Saeli

02-26-2010 06:56:33

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 Re: 1570 fuel tank in reply to J Thomas, 02-25-2010 16:27:42  
It's a screen in there. If it's just jell, try some dry gas, and try blowing back w/ air pressure where the line comes into the sediment bowl. If that trick works, it will save pulling the tank to get to the screen.

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