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PostSubject: Gas filter   Tue Apr 13, 2010 4:25 pm

So i have 300 gallons of gas to use up, gas from the boat yard, some is mixed, some is not. Some is good, some is real bad (burned that in the burn pile) and it costs me $150 a barrel to dispose of it per DEP at work. So i've "hidden" it away. We been using 5 gallons in the company trucks on a fill up, but it takes forever to burn through.

Years ago, a worker of ours used to take all the boat gas, and run it through a filter system, 5 gallons at a time. He ran it in his car, and EFI suburban for years, but i can't remember what he used for a filter. What is the best filter system available. I have my replacable Marine filters, but they don't do much. I need something big, like a diesel filter, but for gas.

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PostSubject: Re: Gas filter   Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:09 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Gas filter   Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:15 pm

Yup, have 5 of those on te shelf, I'm going to try one, see how those will work, I wanted bigger, and I have a larger racor, no clear bowl though!
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