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excessive dirt in fuel


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So going threw oil changes when I notice fuel seperator has dirt in it.....newer trucks with aluminum tanks so only 2 ways dirt can get in.we have an outside fuel company that fills trucks at night.is it possible that the vent tube on tank will suck dirt into tanks? Its either or here just trying to eliminate the problem..before pointing a finger at fueling company..

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The last farm I worked on had case/new Holland stationary engine for the hammer mill that used a cut down truck fuel tank, and long story short, the vent ended up being run outside to keep it from sucking dust and shit into the tank.

Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part....

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