How to remove for 4610 fuel tank

valtraman

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Benn having problems with fuel tank blocking up with crap, have tried flushing it out but think I need to remove it to wash out properly, how do I do this ? It’s an AP cab model and the tank sits almost under the bulkhead , does it come out forward or backwards through cab , looks tight either way?
 

JockCroft

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Livestock Farmer
Benn having problems with fuel tank blocking up with crap, have tried flushing it out but think I need to remove it to wash out properly, how do I do this ? It’s an AP cab model and the tank sits almost under the bulkhead , does it come out forward or backwards through cab , looks tight either way?
Think it comes out forwards, but will look up w/man tonight. Watever when you get it out and clean, and Dry.
Add a DeBug when you refill.
I didn't after doing a 550 a year ago and back to tank gauze blocking, after only three tanks of fuel.
 

valtraman

Member
Think it comes out forwards, but will look up w/man tonight. Watever when you get it out and clean, and Dry.
Add a DeBug when you refill.
I didn't after doing a 550 a year ago and back to tank gauze blocking, after only three tanks of fuel.
Cheers let me know , I’m going to take tap out for today and flush again but needs done right.
 

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