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Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Cape May, New Jersey
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Re: Removing water and sludge from your fuel tank
I have had about 10 tanks out and have never found any tracable water or dirt. Most have had small amounts of water when filter is changed. For once the dealer is right that is the job of the filter. It will seperate the water over thousands of gals of fuel but you may never see any in tank. Realize that fuel is being run thru filter many times.
Keeping tank full is a good idea. In cold weather it also matains temp longer & retards gelling along w/condensation.
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