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3410 Gas leak??

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Bunky
I went out this morning and there was a puddle under my tractor, looks like it must of got hot yesterday and expanded the tank and cracked the seam. anyone have this happen and is the tank still available....

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goatfarmer
Wow,that must have been hot! The only place my 3410 ever leaked fuel is at the carb.Installed a fuel shutoff to solve it. The tank may be available. I was at the dealer last week inquiring about a muffler. He said it was still available,which surprised me.

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SmilinSam
More than likely the leak is actually at one of the hose fittings rather than the tank itself. I'd look real good before I went and bought another tank. Sam

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