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    I'm a new owner what is that opening next to the gas cap on a sweetwater 2286tt ?

    Bought a Sweetwater 2286TT.















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    • Blade67Blade67 Member Posts: 3
      Thought so but wasn't sure.
    • orwells123orwells123 Member Posts: 1
      Do you remove it when fueling or loosen it?
    • GilmonGilmon USAMember Posts: 7
      My dealer told me to leave it cracked open a bit = all of the time. It evidently equalizes the pressure from temperature changes. 
    • BoomerBoomer USAMember Posts: 348 ✭✭
      I was told not to mess with it has something to do with that small tank inside

      Dale Hollow Lake Byrdstown Tennessee
    • lboudreaulboudreau Member Posts: 5
      I am curious as well and it would be nice to actually hear from someone from Godfrey for a solid answer!!!!
    • MollyAdminMollyAdmin USAAdministrator Posts: 7 admin
      Everyone sounds about right. It is a vent for the fuel tank, and it should be left open a bit to equalize pressure! 
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