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    Re: Putting diesel fuel in Toy Hauler tank.

    Quote Originally Posted by avvidclif View Post
    Personally I don't like the idea of no way to draw fuel from the generator tank. I can see lots of stale/bad gas with that setup.
    Yes I don't like the idea as well. I do use stabil in the tank, and rationalize the fact I still need gas in the tank to run my genset once a month anyway.

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    Re: Putting diesel fuel in Toy Hauler tank.

    Quote Originally Posted by avvidclif View Post
    Personally I don't like the idea of no way to draw fuel from the generator tank. I can see lots of stale/bad gas with that setup.
    Agree 100%.

    If I can get a 1/4" gas line fed down the generator tank fill spout into tank, then my extra 12V fuel pump with it's outlet into the 30 gallon tank is the easiest way I could think of.... Haven't tried it yet tho.

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