|Subject:||RE: Drained gas tank||Date:||Sat Nov 17 20:01:57 2012|
Is the worry that there is a fire danger if you leave it full of fuel? If that is it, |
I wonder if you might be better off closing the petcock and filling the tank
with diesel? If air / moisture can't get to the metal on the inside of the tank,
it can't rust...
I had a friend who pulled his tank, drained it, sealed it up and kept it in his
closet. Took a lot less space than the whole bike.
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I've drained the gas tank on the Hummer and it will sit for the next 5
months in an unheated garage (the boss says there's no room in the
What do the experts suggest to lessen condensation/corrosion in the tank;
do I leave the gas cap off so air can circulate in tank;
or do I close petcock and put cap on tight?