<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by kenbt:
How about the picture of your filler adjuster tool you made....after looking at the routing of the filler neck don't you believe we can alter especially the passenger side with some 45's instead of 90 degree turns so as not to allow the gas to back up quickly and foam </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Ken - We're off the coach for a little while to visit friends with the car. I'll take a picture of the wedge as soon as we get back on to the coach.
I'm not real interested in changing the filler hose routing myself, however I might put slow filling on the warranty repair list for Winnebago. It sure wouldn't hurt to have less restriction.
On the boat we had, I also had problems with the diesel foaming and we dealt with high-volume pumps many marinas had for the trawlers and sport fisherman (these guys would take on hundreds of gallons of fuel). Our tank fill was directly above the tank and was very short - maybe 12 inches or so. Inadequate venting was the major issue when filling my boat.
Jim and Bob - still listening for a better deal