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Old 09-12-2013, 07:32 PM
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Well, after reading this thread, I checked my Laramie Longhorn out real close. I feel the same bump at a stop, but not always. I was thinking that the fuel slosh was a bunch of b.s. also, but I have the 32 gallon tank on my Longhorn. I had 1/2 tank and let it go down to almost empty. didn't feel a thing and I turned the Hill Start on and off. As soon as I filled the tank to 3/4 of a tank, I started getting the bump at a stop. Turning the Hill Start on or off didn't make a difference. As soon as the tank got back down to 1/2 tank, I stopped feeling it and I haven't felt nothing since. I will fill it all the way up next time and check it out. This is kind of annoying, but at least I think I know what I am feeling now. I was wondering and waiting for it to get worse so I could take it to the dealer and raise some hell.
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