[DMCForum] ATTN: Jim S (#2)
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[DMCForum] ATTN: Jim S (#2)

I am running the forbidden vertical pickup and home made baffle
marketed by everyone's favorite "rogue vendor". Works 100%. I am
totally satisfied.

Note that crap from the BOTTOM of my tank (probably a piece of
deteriorated pump boot) broke straight through my aged and brittle
factory screens, killed my brand X pump (which lacked a check valve
anyway -- no great loss) and totally stopped up my fuel system.

Note also that one of my Lincolns from road salt territory has so much
rust in the tank (had to patch an actual rust hole) I equipped it with
*2* fuel filters -- one before the pump and the regular one on the
side of the carburetor. Every time I change the oil I change the lower
fuel filter too.

Don't even try to convince me gas tanks don't accumulate all manner of
evil detrius.

Bill Robertson

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jim Strickland <ihaveanaccount@xxxx>
> Message 9740 was about "bad" gas in a gas station's tank.
> 8484, which you lovingly picked out, was about how impurities go to the
> bottom of your car's gas tank.  I said, why does it matter what the
> of the gas is if you're taking gas off the bottom of the tank
through the
> baffle anyway?
> What's the connection? 
> Does your baffle still pivot or did you fix it?
> No one said that you can't get "bad" gas at the gas station.  I just
> that, unless the 'bad' is floating, it's going to get stuck in the pump
> screen, in the fuel filter, or go into the engine.
> Jim
> On Mon, 05 Jan 2004 04:10:14 -0000 "content22207"
> <brobertson@xxxx> writes:
> ...
> > Also compare recent Message #9740 with the flame thread that begins
> > Message #8484 or so (trash in the gas tank). Last month I apparently
> > didn't know what I was talking about Re: crap in the tank. Now it
> > turns out I did. Fascinating.
> ...
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