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  1. #21
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    Kubota L3400F

    Default Re: Fuel Oil Tank Configuration.

    A word of caution with a slow delivery system...it is very easy to start doing something else or become distracted while fueling up your equipment. By the time it dawns on you there is 100 gallons of diesel fuel on the floor. Automatic shutoff nozzles only work with pressurized systems.

  2. #22
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    2007 Kubota BX24

    Default Re: Fuel Oil Tank Configuration.

    I mention the air pump before, then at least you can leave the drum sitting upright and on the floor if desired. 12 GPM Air Operated Barrel Pump Takes a small amount of air pressure (even a little portable air tank can run it). At 12 GPM, it doesn't take very long to fill up.
    Brian

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