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Old 04-17-2015, 11:09 AM   #1
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Hi everyone ,new here. Not new to RV-ing.
My question is this. I have a 2010 Fuzion FZ 302, I want to do a mod on my fuel tanks. I have 2 separate tanks one for the gen and one for the fuel station. I want to plumb them both together so that I will have more fuel for the atv's. I have solar therefore I don't use the gen much.
Has anyone done this? Thanks, BOWWOW.
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:52 PM   #3
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Welcome aboard. If you do that modification be sure that if you run a fuel line from the Gen. tank to the fuel station that it is well protected from road hazards & brush/branches off road. Personally I would not rig it up so that you drain all the fuel from the Gen. tank in case of an emergency situation where you might need Gen. power.
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Personally I would not rig it up so that you drain all the fuel from the Gen. tank in case of an emergency situation where you might need Gen. power.
Just rig a manual shut off in the line. When the fuel station runs dry open and equalize the tanks, then close. Able to use half the gen tank for toys and keep some in reserve.
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Thank you all. I will definitely leave reserve in the Gen tank.
I am more looking for the actual how to on getting fittings into both tanks , drilling holes, tapping threads ect... Is it as simple as drilling holes into the tanks and screwing in a gas line fitting ?
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