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Old 08-22-2010, 11:10 PM
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Newer model Stihl gas caps, A real Problem!

I know countless people who have had the same problem with their Stihl gas caps, They won't seal or seat properly. Then when you're working Gas starts to pour out of the gas tank. This is after following all of the manufacturer's instructions. I am sure many of you have the same problem.

Just for this purpose I have created a group on Face Book
all about Stihl's new gas cap design. Hopefully we will get a good number of people to join. Simply search "Stihl's new gas cap design" on facebook and you should see it. If not This link should also work.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=146581728695341

Hope to see you all there. Joining a group based on a companies problem will certainly bring some attention to the company. Especially once the group gets more members. I will then send Stihl the link to the group, so they can see just for them selves how many unhappy Stihl owners there are out there.

Make sure to fill out the discussion board about what model you have and why you dislike the gas cap. I will be sending this to Stihl once more members join.

Thanks,
Brandon
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