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  1. I have had the problem in the past and rigged up a pump and a house water filter to cycle the fuel through in order to clean the tank and fuel. I got the pump from harbor freight and the filter from home depot. I just used some old garden hose and clamps to hook it all together. The filters came in a 6 pack and by the time I got to the 6th one the fuel was pretty clean. It can be a messy process especially when changing out the filters, but it worked. I replace the fuel filters often and use a fuel additive in every tank. I'll add some more if it sits for a month. I also carry extra fuel
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  2. Just a follow-up. The radiator cap brass filler neck is soldered to the top edge of a 1-1/2" OD steel tube coming out the top of the AH tank. Just the very top edge of the tube is soldered to the filler neck. It's not like the filler has a sleeve that fits down tight into the pipe and is soldered securely. It's just perched atop the tube and is soldered to the edge of the pipe only. This solder joint had cracked. Very little coolant was escaping, but the crack mainly allowed air to seep into the tank when cooling. So coolant gets pushed out to the overflow reservoir, and then air get
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  3. Thanks again Richard! I think mine has the external loop and wish I would have found Roger before I changed my fluid. 😳. He is a great guy!
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  4. I've found RV Parky to be one of the easiest and simplest to use. You can tailor it to your particular needs/wants/likes including free campsites, Wally Worlds, Fuel stops etc. not just pay to park RV sites. Take a look:....Dennis RV Parky
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  5. I use AllStays, campgroundreviews.com, RVParky.com, OvernightRVParking.com among others. If you're an Elk or Moose member RVillage has great databases for these that allow RV parking. Tricia Neuzil
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  6. So here is an update. Yea it’s running! Turned out to be the new points. After hours of trouble shooting other things I took them out and sanded them and cleaned with acetone and it fired right up. I should have done that before I put them in. Thanks for all the help and input. On to the next project
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  7. We are blessed on this forum with several truly techincally competent contributors. Dave Pratt, Chuck B, Frank McElroy, Ivan K, Paul Whittle, Scotty, Tom Cherry, and many others come to mind. On ANY forum, there will always be "crusty old curmudgeons" and basically crotchety, unpleasant, negative old farts. When we have someone like Paul Whittle, a software engineer of outstanding talent and considerable business success, who devotes a large amount of time to developing products that solve long-standing problems that previously had no solution (at ANY price)...and which do not have a sn
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