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Re: Transfer Pump Ruined My New Drum

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Mule Meat

07-15-2020 06:30:35

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Natural gas company has a yard near the house. During the Summer the drums of different chemicals does that. At night you can hear the drums contracting and all during the day they expand.
If the vent plug has a flat bottom. You can drill them and install a valve stem. Remove the core. Place a piece of fuel tube long enough to hang over the edge of the drum and then install a small engine inline fuel filter on the end of the hose. It allows the drum to vent and the filter keeps dirt and water from entering.

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07-15-2020 18:23:21

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 Re: Transfer Pump Ruined My New Drum in reply to Mule Meat, 07-15-2020 06:30:35  
That reminds me of an Uncle's tale: When he was in the Army, one of his duties was to guard the fuel dump at night. He went one way around the facility, another guard went the other way. Back and forth, all night long. They had just got within sight of each other at the back when a drum mad a big pop.
I guess he/they thought it was going to blow up.
He said he was about 1/4 mile away before he realized he no longer had his rifle. He threw it down so he could run faster. And the other guy didn't have his rifle either. So no one told on him.

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