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01-17-2010 08:17 PM Tank
Using two 1" by 1" S/Steel angle pieces for the mounting brackets, welded these on after I welded two ½" nuts to the inside. The tank is nearly ready to be cleaned and polished should come out looking very nice.


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01-17-2010 08:11 PM Tank
Welded in a plate to support the pump plate many tapped holes to ensure it won't leak.
Made the top plate welded the pump bracket to this. Spent 6 dollars on the brass tails and fitted this to the plate. Used a stainless steel screw to run the sensor wire through and glued the wire in. Still needs a breather added.



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01-17-2010 07:56 PM Feul Tank
Manufactured a couple of baffles tig welded them in and welded the end back on again. Checked that the tank fitted in the tray. Cut a square hole in the top for the fuel pump and sensor to go. Welded a dairy castellated nut for the filling nozzle.


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01-17-2010 07:49 PM Feul Tank
Well I guess I need a fuel tank to keep the engine running. Acquired an old stainless steel 16 gallon LPG gas tank for free. This tank is 4" to long and has no baffles in it, I cut one end off and then cut out 4 inches.


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11-06-2009 11:08 AM Back Shocks
New spring over shocks purchased, Carrera shocks with chromed 65Lbs springs. Price in New Zealand $1105.00 for a pair I'm sure we are being ripped off.


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