Old 03-17-2012, 03:11 PM
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28memco
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Originally Posted by The Woo View Post
iI've been doing it that way for yearsd mate
My timber handled boat broom has the graduations etched into it, so it's a multi-tool!
An old school, completely foolproof methos of checking your fuel.
(Obviously only any good if you can actual access you tank to dip, not for long/bendy filler hosed tanks)
All 3 of my fuel tanks have top ports just for dipping the fuel stick. I have marks on one end of the fuel stick that's for measuring the fuel in two of the tanks and I have marks on the other end of the fuel stick that's for measuring the fuel in one of the fuel tank (Two of my fuel tanks are the same size and one of them is a different size). I still don't understand the marks on the fuel stick but with trial and error I'm sure I'll get it.
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