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How do I remove the gas from a sv650 motorcycle?

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Old 12-25-2008   #1
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Default How do I remove the gas from a sv650 motorcycle?

I need to move my Suzuki SV650 motorcycle and the moving company will not move it with the gas tank full. How do I remove the gas?
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Old 12-27-2008   #2
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Turn the gas off at the petcock. Remove the fuel line at the petcock and replace it with a piece of fuel hose that has the same inside diameter as the line you removed. This hose should be long enough to reach 4-5 inches into a gas can sitting on the ground next to the bike. Turn your fuel on to the reserve position and loosen the gas cap. The fuel will drain into the gas can in about 5 min. depending on how much is in the tank. Remove the hose and reattach your fuel line. Make sure the gas can you use has enough capacity to hold the amount of gas that is in your tank.
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Yep;He's right ------
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