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Old 06-14-2009, 05:40 AM
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typically I'll just hold the nozzle, creating a slow steady fill rate. when I fill the truck this way, I've go to be careful squeezing in enough to get to the next whole dollar, sometimes a couple of cents at a time. As often as not, I'll not make it to the next dollar amount, will settle for not stopping on a penny.

I either read or heard somewhere that you're better off filling the tank slowly. I think you're able to get more liquid fuel, and less vapors this way, (if I'm wrong, I've been enjoying my delusions for many years now).

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