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Old 06-24-2013, 11:48 AM
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where was martinsr when i was designing my truk bed? (not that i had asked for input )
i would do like he did and mount it in the top of the fender
my filler neck is really low, making it slow fill, meaning i have to stay bent over for a loong time

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And now the funny part is, I will be cutting that out and filling the hole as the filler will be in the side of the bed above the right apron now.

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send a section of that fender to Ogre then? Here's your hole
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why not just make your own cut out of a piece of 1/4" steel
and weld the foot and make the hinge part
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