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Old 08-09-2007, 01:47 PM   #21
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99% it'* your baffles.. which had me baffled..I did catch a retread tire and go over it. Put all the money under my hood and figured...ok.. I'm stalling it'* baffles.

The boggle is ... the baffles didn't seem broken.. Either way.. it'* all good.
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Hmm. This has me baffled.
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Say Bill,

Did you go to a plastic tank?
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Did you go to a plastic tank?
No, back to metal for me. Plastic may have been an expensive possibility if available.
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99% it'* your baffles.. which had me baffled..I did catch a retread tire and go over it. Put all the money under my hood and figured...ok.. I'm stalling it'* baffles.

The boggle is ... the baffles didn't seem broken.. Either way.. it'* all good.

Thanks for the info, i was a little scared to jump on this as i was told gas tank prices are fairly high.
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My cost was $79...expect maybe $100
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Did you go to a plastic tank?
No, back to metal for me. Plastic may have been an expensive possibility if available.
Ah, well...I was just wonderin' if you were plannin' to go full alky fuel
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I tell ya, those fuel senders will fail on the '92-99s. That'* why GM put out the TSB on using the GM additive. Which we all rarely if ever use.
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