Help Anyone out there able to tell me how I can siphon gasoline out of the 44 gallon tank on my 1998 Suburban? Isaac is one the way-looks wimpy by our standards- Cat 2 at best on the coast means Cat 1 in NOLA- or River Ridge(suburb 4 miles west of NOLA).I tried to thread a plastic tube line down the fuel filler-it went in maybe 15 inches-the stopped- but no gas- it came back not even wet.Any tricks to get a siphon to the actual fuel? Is there some anti siphon block down there-or some pollution control that blocks direct access to the fuel? Still we will certainly lose power for a while- it would be helpful to be able to siphon the 44 gallons of gas in the Suburban(yes I have 12 gallons in plastic cans-with Stabil in it-) We have a cheap generator-$350 years ago- 3700 watts peak. It uses 1/2 gal per hr at 1/2 max load-crude but reliable McCulla(sic) or B&S motor-no fancy Honda. REALLY REALLY NOISY engine- Someday I need to add another muffler to it! Any ideas? Thanks Charlie PS The Suburban is for evacuating-3 adults- 2 dogs 5-6 cats(depends)-the whole reason to put up with 12-13 mpg city mpg for 2400 miles per year(wife gets under 10 mpg in city trips-kills my tanks)- it was cheap to buy-reliable-easy to DIY fix-cheap parts readily available-extremely comfortable also We don't evac for Cat 1,2 PPS I noticed the Fla Gov took a shot at Louisiana "we are a state that knows how to deal with Hurricanes"