Specifically, the comment from Raptor
raptor wrote:I would also point out that if you keep your vehicle fuel tanks full they make very good storage tanks. They are easy to transport, properly secured and the fuel is very close to where you will likely need it. I normally refuel at 1/2 a tank. So if you have two cars keep them at half a tank and have means to strip and transfer the fuel from one to the other. This along with even just 10 gallons gives you significant options if your concern is a bug out.
I went on line to look for manual siphoning systems. What suggestions do people have for a system and what advice can people offer?
- are there simple ways to circumvent the anti-siphoning filter increasingly popular on cars (our cars in question are from 1990 and around 2001)
- when did these filters become common?
- I do not want anything that requires electricity, but also want something a little better than just sucking on a rubber hose.
- less expensive is good, looks like some of the pumps and tubes run about $10