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Old 10-18-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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Fuel tank troubles

I have not been able to get or run on more than 20 gallons of gas for quite a while finally pulled the top off the fuel tank and found out this hose was gone.

Tank holds 40 gallons and would only use 20 now I can use all fuel in the tank. Just throwing this out in case any body else has fuel troubles like this. I did test pump and it runs great was just not pumping to any thing with the hose gone.
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Thank you for the information and picture.
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Sorry forgot to add 88 Honey GMC 454.
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