Petrol Cap

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Hi Mark & Christopher,
Thank you for your reply, which has given me inspiration to carry out some
experiments.
I thing I mislead you a bit, my vehicle is a Diesel but I use petrol for my
Coleman Cooker.
I intend to make a Petrol fueltank for my cooker and fit it to into the
cavity
behind the sparewheel and its support on my swing away carrier.
The space is a bit tight if I want to hold my planned 3.5 litre, so I can
not use
an ordinary cap, but has to make one modelled on a sample & a bit of
experiments.
Regards Jorgen
KDJ120 (UK)
 
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Guest

Guest
Aha, makes more sense now.
I've just been to the garage to get fuel for the mowers, and have thus
sampled the delights of petrol smells inside the vehicle.
Whatever you do vent it to the outside world!
CB
| Hi Mark & Christopher,
|
| Thank you for your reply, which has given me inspiration to carry out
some
| experiments.
|
| I thing I mislead you a bit, my vehicle is a Diesel but I use petrol
for
| my
| Coleman Cooker.
|
| I intend to make a Petrol fueltank for my cooker and fit it to into
the
| cavity
| behind the sparewheel and its support on my swing away carrier.
|
| The space is a bit tight if I want to hold my planned 3.5 litre, so I
can
| not use
| an ordinary cap, but has to make one modelled on a sample & a bit of
| experiments.
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