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    Gold Member rockshaft's Avatar
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    Default Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    I don't know what these cost at the store, but this ebay deal seems good (I bought one)
    14$ delivered

    Mr Funnel Fuel Filter Funnel Removes Water and Debris from All Fuels | eBay

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    I bought 1 several yrs ago at the auto parts store.(don't remember the price) I use it every time I fill my tractor with diesel fuel
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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    Yes. I got one recently. Its an excellent funnel. Particularly appreciated when filling on snowy days.

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    Does it remove water like they say it does?

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    If it works, I am definitely buying one!
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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    I just read multiple reviews on Amazon, and it has great reviews..Does anyone here on TBN have one?
    Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Mr. Funnel AF3CB Fuel Filter
    Mitch

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    We've used them for a long time. Usually keep one tethered to a primary refueling can.
    Its an easy inexpensive way to ensure you aren't introducing anything other than your fuel to the tank.

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    I have one and use it every time I fill my tractor, I have had no problems with fuel. Not sure if it's from using the funnel or not but cheap insurance just in case.

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    Default Re: Do you need a Mr. Funnel?

    Never heard of them....sounds interesting...thanks for posting.
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