Hi All, My home airport does not have fuel so I need to convert my airplane to MOGAS and I need to find a safe way to transport, handle, and store MOGAS so I wanted to reach out to the brain trust for advice. I have a large car transport trailer so I can certainly get one of these refueling tanks and strap it down in the trailer: https://www.transferflow.com/fuel-tanks/refueling-tanks Does anyone have a recommendation for such a unit specifically designed for gasoline/ aviation use because practically all of the commercially available units are geared up for diesel fuel for agriculture use however with gasoline there are more concerns such as: -There should certainly be some kind of filter/ gascolator installed -Grounding strap (tank to trailer to airplane) -Is the electric fuel pump used on the unit a concern? Airplane wise here are my questions: -My Bendix was rebuilt by Airflow Performance so all the seals, gaskets, diaphragms are impervious to ethanol. My fuel lines are PTFE so they are OK. -The engine is a turbocharged IO-540 with 7.3:1 compression pistons so I will need to manually limit the MAP to 42 inches of mercury because that equals an Effective Compression Ratio of 11.2:1 Effective Compression Ratio (I will post separately about that) Anything else you would recommend? THANKS!!!