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 08-21-2003, 10:54 Post: 62324
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I bought a transfer pump so I could utilize some fuel I have stored in an underground tank for my tractors.

By the time I had second thoughts about the plan, the 30 day return window had expired.

If anyone can use the pump I can turn it loose for $100 plus shipping. It is brand new, still in the box. My loss, your gain.






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 08-21-2003, 12:51 Post: 62345
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The furnace died last year and the fuel has been sitting for almost two years.

On top of that the tank has been in the ground for 31 years and I am sure there is some serious $# !+ in the bottom. AND the thing holds over 500 gallons! I will NEVER use it all up before something goes bad.

I have acquired a 75 gallon above ground tank that will serve my purposes better I think and I can drain it by gravity (through a filter)into a 5 gallon jug for refueling the tractor.






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 08-21-2003, 18:38 Post: 62360
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Mark I do not think I'd be to concerned with trying to filter your fuel unless you are drawing from the low end of the tank. Your fuel transfer can is more likely to get contaninmated. If you service/change your tractor filter regular it is your best insurance for a good running engine.

A side thought and you may wanna start a new thread. But I'd be a whole lot more concerned with that undergroud tank and the liability issues associated with it. Years ago it was the thing to do bury the terrible looking things so the neighborhood associations were happy and you didn't drive down their property values. The poor bastards buying those properties now have a real headache getting rid of them with the EPA issues. Hopefully you never have a leak.






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 08-21-2003, 18:59 Post: 62364
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I have contacted the company that delivered the fuel. They will pump it out and dispose of it for 65 bucks.

Maybe I can quietly dig up the tank and get rid of it and pretend it was never there.

Good job for the new backhoe.






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 08-21-2003, 19:07 Post: 62366
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WHAT EVER YOU DO DO NOT HIT THAT EMPTY TANK WITH A TOURCH!!! Your neighbors will not have any windows left and Homeland security will visit you IF they can find you.

Digging it up and then hauling it away in the middle of the night is as good as it can get. Couple cases of beer and some "Good-ole-boys" but most of them don't keep secrets very well...






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 08-21-2003, 19:40 Post: 62369
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Yup. Momma didn't raise no dummies. I have no intention on proving that Darwin was right.






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 08-21-2003, 22:42 Post: 62401
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Gee. If I had a torch, I wouldn't have to pay the guy down at the body shop to do my welding for me.

It still seems to me that a gas torch would be as handy as a wire feed, but since this ain't a bar fight or taking down a cop killer, I will listen to more experienced heads.

Guess maybe I should go to bed.

Maybe I could saw that puppy up with a sawsall. Naw. Sparks. As bad as a cutting torch.






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 08-21-2003, 22:57 Post: 62403
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Cut it up with a laser. What, you don't have one? You really need to work on properly equipping your tool shed.






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I know how you hate to actually pay for your advertiseing but you might consider selling it in eBay.






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we just had eight old tanks removed. They uncovered them, then loaded each with dry ice for two hours, then removed each tank. The dry ice kills fumes and such or so we were told.. The state of CT EPA stood right there and watched each tank before, during and after. Yeaars ago, out west, they used old gas station tanks, opened each end, then layed them in wide swales for use as farmers getting into their fields. They make nice "bridging" if done right.






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