Re: gas gauge?

Reeperette /
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You know...the only method I've ever seen work...is this kinda temperature-active gadget they use on propane tanks...that WILL give an accurate reading.

One thing to learn is the "Ree's gas gauge" trick...I can bang on the tank with a crescent wrench and tell you how much is in there, it's something only learned by experimentation and lots of experience, but it's well worth learning.

I basically top mine off before I leave, except if I am out, and leaving to get more gas...which I use a 5Gal container for...and man, I can wipe a tank or more a day if imma in the mood to ride.

-Ree

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Subject Written By Posted
  gas gauge?Topic by: Mike Mike 07/11/01 01:02AM
  Re: gas gauge?Re: Brian Brian 07/11/01 01:22AM
  Re: gas gauge?Re: Mike Mike 07/11/01 01:35AM
  Re: gas gauge?Re: Reeperette Reeperette 07/11/01 07:54AM
  i know what you mean!Re: Mike Mike 07/11/01 01:27PM
  Stuff the mileage !Re: Reeperette Reeperette 07/12/01 06:13AM
  Re: gas gauge?Re: Brian Brian 07/11/01 09:39AM
  WeightRe: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 07/18/01 01:02PM
  Re: gas gauge?Re: Rich King Rich King 07/11/01 01:51PM
  Try it.Re: gimmyjimmy gimmyjimmy 07/11/01 11:03PM
  Re: Try it.Re: Reeperette Reeperette 07/12/01 06:22AM
  Re: Try it.Re: Rich King Rich King 07/16/01 04:29PM
  Re: Try it.Re: gimmyjimmy gimmyjimmy 07/16/01 10:52PM

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