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Old 07-29-2012, 07:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Warlock III View Post
I'm not sure about that one, but can you disconnect the fuel line, add a piece of hose, and let the pump pump it out?
I have to do this on boats quite a bit. I connect to the pick-up on the tank and use a small 12 volt ignition-protected fuel pump. They are pretty cheap (about $25) at NAPA or other parts stores. ** Also work great for removing left over gas from your mower in the fall and your snow blower in the spring!**
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