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I brought my boat to the shop to have the gas tank cleaned to remove crud and all they did was drain it. When I inspected it at home there is still crud in it. I would have done a far better job had I known this is what an Hour of work by the shop would be like. I did ask to have it Cleaned out. So now what should I do? I'm hesitant to fill her up and pump potential crap to the motor.
Thanks and Tub out!
Dave
 

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I have never removed and cleaned a gas tank on a boat, but I have on several vehicles. I let the remaining tiny bit of gas evaporate, and then I rigged up an extension to my vacuum that fit in the tank and sucked out the little bits of crud. I did it quickly because I wasn't sure what static electricity might do with whatever fumes were left, but it worked and I still have my mustache and eyebrows.
 
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