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05-25-2012 07:32 PM gas tank complete & bed work
the gas line and return line connected with the stainless gas cap. Rear stake pockets replaced


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04-25-2012 08:10 PM Finishing Brake lines
After removing spring plates from bottom of rear axel and welding to top of axle old brake lines didn't fit. Had to make extension plates for mounting of brake lines and weld to old mounting brackets. After a trip to the local bone yard I got a bracket for mounting the brake line from axel to frame( off a 1998 explorer) had to cut to fit. Also got a gas line from fuel pump to quad.


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04-17-2012 09:20 PM Completed gas tank install
A 17 gal tank with bed fill. will have a stainless gas cap in the bed. Had to use a wood filler to make up the slope of frame.


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04-14-2012 10:18 PM Install gas tank
Had to remove two eye bolts from frame near rear crossmember as well as a brace that ran across the frame near the axel. The only problem i can see down the road is the install of exhaust pipes not much room left.


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04-01-2012 04:33 PM Put bumper back on to protect fenders
Made a cart to hold up bed to be worked on. The open rear frame will be getting a gas tank one of these days. I can then run brake and gas lines. I also noticed that the driver side rear fender is 1 1/2 " longer than the right rear. Who knew?


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