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    How To: Drain Fuel Tank the Easy Way

    Step 1: Don't realize that there is a 1 way valve on the tank breather
    Step 2: Ensure the gas cap is tight and seals well
    Step3: Remove one end of a fuel line, making sure that it's above the fuel level so it doesnt siphon.
    Step 4: Ignore the ski for a couple day and let the sun work its magic

    Finally: Observe how all the fuel that was once in the tank is now either on the ground or pooled up in the side of the ski that doesnt have a drain.

    But really....this is what I did....the fuel was sitting in the bottom of the WRIII for a couple days. It removed all the silicone around the nutserts etc, which is easy to fix.....Does anyone think it did any other damage? The bonding glue doenst seem to be affected and it wasnt pooled where it would have affected any other seals...
    Last edited by kennylxix; 11-17-2009 at 10:04 AM.

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    Re: How To: Drain Fuel Tank the Easy Way

    ooch.. that sucks... how much fuel?? how long did it sit in there?
    Brendan

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    Re: How To: Drain Fuel Tank the Easy Way

    my grandparents live in hernando. i have been to ocala!!
    Brendan

    1990 SN SJ 701 1990 SN Super Jet 650 Winter build
    1990 550SX
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