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    I would imagine that the sock in the fuel tank if...

    I would imagine that the sock in the fuel tank if not plugged is close to being plugged and that's why I recommended dropping the tank and cleaning it out along with blowing out the fuel line.
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    You should have seen the crud and corruption that...

    You should have seen the crud and corruption that came out the fuel line and tank of my 76 Vette after it had set for a couple of years. The fuel filter was almost totally plugged and the inside of...
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    One other note, make sure that any rubber...

    One other note, make sure that any rubber components are ethanol friendly as ethanol will degrade the old style rubber over a period of time.
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    I'd venture to say that by letting the tank run...

    I'd venture to say that by letting the tank run dry you put a lot of crud into the fuel system. I would pull the tank and flush it out and blow out the fuel line from the tank to the fuel pump....
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