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Old 04-28-2010, 01:15 PM   #16
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I was more worried about it coming out of the filler next hole and spilling all over me. I might be able to plug the whole with something I suppose. I have to get all the gas into the new tank somehow..

I foresee a mess in my future.
I do not, once you unclamp the filler hose just stuff a rag in it.
As for getting the fuel out theirs an intank pump sitting in a sump at the lowest part of the tank, theirs even a transfer hose to make sure both sides end up in the sump. Simply put two leads on the pump to a 12v batery charger and pump the fuel into the new tank before you transfer the pump over.
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