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Old 08/15/17, 03:47 PM   #16
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Appreciate all the suggestions fellas. i decided to get ride of the Aux tank completely and for now just stick with the stock rear main tank. for the type of leisure driving I'll be doing back and forth to the ballpark or bar, it'll do just fine. Probably get me somewhere around 115-120 miles/fillup. I decide to take out the fuel tank switch underneath the drivers seat too. The question i have now is - what's the right move on a replacement fuel line? sometime within the next year I'll probably convert to a EFI but not right away. do i go ahead and buy stainless braided line now or just go with a fuel injection rated rubber line?
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Old 08/15/17, 04:13 PM   #17
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That's why you buy two or more. When one is down you drive the other.

I have the newer larger tanks and like them. I ran one with a carburetor for awhile. The 77 in my Garage still has the stock tank. I had an aux tank at one time but PO took care of that.


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... But my advise is ... DON'T TEAR INTO YOUR BRONCO too fast ..Drive it some & LOVE IT for a while. Yes fixing the fuel tank is a weekend project . But stop there & drive it while you LEARN your Broncos needs.
.. Way too many New Bronco owners tear into their new Broncos & it never runs again.
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.... While your giving your Bronco It's TLC. YOUR Learning what your Bronco ready needs as it's next improvement.

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