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FNG Fuel Question

So, I have my flame suit on, but tonight was the first night I filled up my truck and noticed that there wasn't any kind of fuel flapper or anything on top of the tank. Just big ol' gapping hole (no pun intended). Is this right? I'm assuming this is so we can fill up at the semi-type pumps?

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Yes you friggin clown!. Generally a Diesel pump has a larger ( 1") nozzle so that people dont put it in a car.
Glad to see you made it over hear mang

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Yes you friggin clown!. Generally a Diesel pump has a larger ( 1") nozzle so that people dont put it in a car.
Glad to see you made it over hear mang
Negative ghost rider! A 'regular' auto diesel pump has the smaller version, like my Liberty had. It just caught me off guard to see just a big ol' hole for the pump!

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I file up at Truck stops, its normal man.

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Negative ghost rider! A 'regular' auto diesel pump has the smaller version, like my Liberty had. It just caught me off guard to see just a big ol' hole for the pump!
Well then. I might be wrong...... all the pumps up near me have the bigger ones, or atleast the ones i have filled up at.
Now go order an egr delete for that thing

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here they are two sizes. the regular auto size for gas and diesel. then theres the semis which are bigger that wouldnt fit my other truck. havent tried with my 99 yet but. the semis are bigger.

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Well then. I might be wrong...... all the pumps up near me have the bigger ones, or atleast the ones i have filled up at.
Now go order an egr delete for that thing
Like your work truck big?
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here they are two sizes. the regular auto size for gas and diesel. then theres the semis which are bigger that wouldnt fit my other truck. havent tried with my 99 yet but. the semis are bigger.

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Like your work truck big?


Well i usually fill up where i fill the work truck but thats only cause its the closest place to get B20. Few other stations around me (Shell and Hess) that i go to have the large nozzle

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