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RE: retained fumes in garage?

Thanks for the reply, they do not leak gasoline directly, but being nearly 30 years old, they do not have a closed venting system like a newer motorcycle or other power sport toy is likely to have. So particularly they would almost certainly vent fumes with thermal cycling of the interior space over day/night, as well as while traveling over bumps and such.
hbski 08/17/19 02:38pm Toy Haulers
retained fumes in garage?

Hi Folks, I'm currently considering getting a toy hauler and have a concern regarding retained fumes in the garage from carrying gasoline powered toys in there. I would have occasion to put some stand up PWC (two strokes) in there and I know when I leave those in my garage at home for a significant time they tend to leave the entire garage smelling of fuel....including any laundry present. The garage would be the play and bedroom for my grandchildren, but the potential for a similar experience with fuel fumes absorbing into the garage walls/ceiling/floor/beds leaves me leery of going this route and exposing them to those fumes. Any real world experiences with this potential issue would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, hbski
hbski 08/17/19 12:49pm Toy Haulers
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