Seriously that is f’ed up. I too was like I have never seen a gas tank that bad …
Hopefully you get very very luck and most if not all was captured between the two filters and pump.
Is there a way to get an external pump and back flush from the engine ?
I am thinking drop the tank . Then disconnect the primary fuel line to the engine and pump fuel back through the return line and see if any sludge comes out. If you do-well you know the rest. If you don’t, that could be a good sign …
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