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Old 10-17-2013, 08:19 PM
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Mostly the answer between diesel or gasoline has to do more with the smog emissions laws

with a DIESEL auxilliary tank, you are allowed to directly plumb it into the filler neck of the OEM tank
If you have added the tank for gasoline, you can NOT plumb it directly, because it would no longer be a sealed system
Unless you added a second charcoal canister & some other things & then you would have 2 separate sealed systems.

You can have a transfer tank system, a second tank for either diesel or gasoline
it would then have some kind of jerry can, a barrel that is or could be certified for different fuel types, or in my case, a 30 gallon metal tank with its own electric pump & a way of transferring liquids without direct plumbing





i am about to transfer about 20 gallons from my auxilliary tank to the main tank
i put my hose into the toolbox, instead of having it on the outside for everyone to see

i will take pix during the process
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