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Re: [oletrucks] Gas tank fumes

To: "Bill Bailey" <billb@gamewood.net>
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Gas tank fumes
From: "G. Simmons" <gls@4link.net>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 20:44:10 -0800
Hi Bill.

That's a simple solution I overlooked.

Thanks buddy.

Grant S. gls@4link.net

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Bailey <billb@gamewood.net>
To: G. Simmons <gls@4link.net>
Cc: oletrucks list <oletrucks@autox.team.net>
Date: Tuesday, November 23, 1999 8:35 PM
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Gas tank fumes

>Hi, I had this problem on mine too. The problem is probably coming from the
>rubber hoses that connect up the filler pipe and and vent from the outside
>the tank.  The old rubber gets porous and lets the fumes seep through. If
>replace these hoses the fumes should go away. They did on mine anyway. Lots
>vendors sell the replacement hoses, Chevy Duty and GSPP come to mind. You
>even be able to get them from NAPA. As I recall it was under 10 bucks.
>Bill Bailey
>57 Chevrolet 3100
>"G. Simmons" wrote:
>> Anybody know a good way to seal the sender/filler on the in-cab gas
>> Norm and I were having a talk off-list about moving tanks, and I ran a
>> on the archives, in which a lot of folks said don't move it, they've had
>> in the cab for years just fine, etc.
>> I've got to think these guys are not having fume problems with their
>> Mine is hard to bear on a hot day after a fill up.  Are there any good
>> sealing products for the sender and filler tube?  What's your secret, you
>> guys?
>> Regards,
>> Grant S. gls@4link.net
>> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

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