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Old 12-29-2010, 06:19 PM
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Hey Bruce,

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Originally Posted by 75gmck25
I think the previous owner may have had fuel problems, because those canister filters under the truck are not the stock setup. The OEM setup only had a filter under the hood at at the carburetor inlet. There may have be a reason (bad gas?) the PO added more filters.
Honestly, the previous owner(s) have done quite a few things to this rig, apparently in an attempt to build a cheap hauler that could be used for off-roading as well. Aside from the body and gas tanks, I doubt much is stock.




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Originally Posted by 75gmck25
If you want to drop the tank, its fairly easy to put a flat board under the tank (2x6 or 2x8) and then support it with a small hydraulic jack. Then unbolt the tank brackets from the frame and lower it down slowly until you can reach the fuel lines to disconnect them. Do not try to remove the bracket & straps from around the fuel tank unless you want to buy all new straps.

Bruce
Thank you for the tips about the straps! The tank itself doesn't seem awfully hard to remove.
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