Re: Disperses vs. Seperate water in fuel?
In my opinion the dispersing of water is need in tanks like in our pickups because they feed from the top and you could get a bunch of water in the bottom of the tank that isn't going to get drawn into the filter unless you get a lot of water in the tank. The dispersing of water is more to prevent our fuel tank from rusting out.
Im not trying to be an a$$ or anything but none of that makes any sence to me.... maybe Im confused tho....
How could our tanks "feed from the top"?
The pickup tube is in the bottom of the tank.....if it was on the top.... how would the truck get any fuel with less than a full tank?
And our tanks (mine at least) are plastic.
Ive always heard emulsified water is bad and to let the water seperator do its job.
-Shawn Collister #16
-2002 F250 Crew/4x4/Auto- 4" Magnaflow, AIS, Vegistroke, ScanGauge, AC's tuned by Swamps
-2003 F450 Crew/4x4/Auto- 4" exhaust, Alcoas, Air ride, AIS, Garrett 38R, X-monitor