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    The affected BMS manufactured tanks are lot numbers with the first three digits 010 through 033 and 121 though 130, all with the last two, of the five digits, 08.

    confirmed correct


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    I may have missed it in the earlier posts but should I be concerned about my 2006 12f and 2004 15f?

    I had an issue with the 15f last summer, gas was coming back up the vent hose when a stored with a full tank, replaced the one way valve in the vent line...

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    No problem with 06-04's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlovebk View Post
    No problem with 06-04's.
    More correctly, no problem with 2004 - 2007 15F, only 2008 15F with certain manufacturing date codes.

    Quote Originally Posted by trinityracing View Post
    I had an issue with the 15f last summer, gas was coming back up the vent hose when a stored with a full tank, replaced the one way valve in the vent line...
    That's also somewhat normal. The one-way check valve holds only 3-4 psi. If your fuel tank internal pressures exceeds that, excess fuel will push up through the valve and leak out. There are few tips to prevent this from happening:
    1. Don't fill up too full before storage.
    2. Don't leave ski in the hot outdoor weather.
    3. Do open up the fuel cap once in a while to release the excess pressure built up in the fuel tank.

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