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Old 02-23-2016, 10:31 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by blupaddler View Post
Ujoint is on the east coast, they offer auxiliary tanks or replacement tanks.

And yes in good ol' CA, CARB (Ca air resources board) will not let you put in an auxiliary tank in a gas engine. Diesels still have the ability to have auxiliary tanks.
I self installed an aux tank in my now gone 1994 FZJ80. Had an issue once at smog, probably in 2008, when the tech saw the second tank he threatened to fail me. But said it wasn't in the system yet.
Originally Posted by Pntyrmvr View Post
Sadly that refuelling rig being used as designed, while legal, will probably spew more gasoline vapors into the air than an auxiliary tank properly plumbed in to the factory fuel system.

"Talk is cheap. Whiskey costs money."
LOL. Hurrah! More inconvenient, polluting, and dangerous. Sounds about right. DUH.

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