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Old 02-01-2012, 12:50 AM   #18 (permalink)
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It would be cool if there was an easy way (veh. orig. designed for it) to safely swap in/out tank sizes.

The 1 gallon addition in the story mentioned made good sense w his extreme case of much weight in a small car.

Every day commuting can be so much more controlled. Extra weight can be smoothed out (less critical) with freeway, and open road driving to almost be a non factor in less hill country.

We know urban stoplight city driving is more weight critical.

Depending on how you value your time, and fuel storage issues at home, you could fill a container for the week, and nurse just enough for every day.

But remember junk could be at the bottom of your tank, and if too low a level, crud
could enter.

In comical summary, buy that container at a station uphill from home so you can coast more.
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