Posted: 27 May 2008, 13:09
You misread it. It says "When it gets warmer, the gasoline expands..." [not the tank]. (The tank may very well expand too, but that has no bearing.) The gasoline will expand in your car just as surely as it will expand in the ground tank, maybe even more, since the ground is somewhat of an insulator.Lambchop wrote:LOL Okay lazy bones... The tank that the article is talking about is not your gas tank. It's the tank in the ground, that expands with heat. So filling up your car's gas tank won't expand and make it over flow.
Thanks. I appreciate the consideration.Stay in bed and everybody please be quite and don't wake Chuck up as we tip toe out the door
I hope there's enough; i'll have to wait til "the Bridegroom cometh" to know for sure.BTW Chuck, hows the oil in your lamp ???