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Old 04-13-2019, 02:34 PM   #8
Pete'sMH
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Model: Fleetwood Storm 32V - pre
State: Alabama
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THOR #6826
Or keep the fuel tank totally full when in storage so there is no room for humid air to “breath” in and out of the tank with temp changes. It will minimize condensation. Also use a fuel stabilizer to help hold moisture in suspension. It will be more of a problem in old vehicles with metal gas tanks as the condensed water will settle to the bottom and rust through. Best solution is to go camping a lot!
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