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Old 10/27/09, 10:19 PM   #1
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aluminum 66-77 bronco fuel tanks (pics)
City: san diego
Price: 180-480

brand new aluminum fuel tanks-have extra capacity 23 gallon rear main for $480.00 + shipping also have stock 13 gallon in aluminum or stainless as well as reserve tanks .all tanks are tig welded and are pressure/leak tested,rears have baffles to minimize "sloshing" rear mains can be made to fit with body lift,just tell me how much lift ye have,,,,thanks for looking..[IMG][IMG]

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Old 10/27/09, 10:24 PM   #2
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Old 10/27/09, 11:13 PM   #3
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How much for the aux tank in aluminum?

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Old 10/27/09, 11:25 PM   #4
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How much for the aux tank in aluminum?

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$180.00 i will post more pictures soon,-i fave fullcages, bumpers,1/4" t6 aluminum tank skids,and much more
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Old 10/27/09, 11:32 PM   #5
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$180.00 i will post more pictures soon,-i fave fullcages, bumpers,1/4" t6 aluminum tank skids,and much more
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Old 10/28/09, 05:14 PM   #6
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how much to ship to 97477?
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Old 10/28/09, 05:16 PM   #7
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Pics of it installed? How low does it hang?
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Old 10/28/09, 05:26 PM   #8
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how much to ship to 97477?
well to ship the one that is pictured(23 gallon) via ups ground-to 97477 would be $35.00
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Old 10/28/09, 05:40 PM   #9
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Pics of it installed? How low does it hang?
i'm hussling to get pics up, i just got my frame back from the powder coaters,waiting on a new third member,,hoping to have pics of all the tanks in position by monday.i think i posted too soon,,i got excited when i found that no one made aluminum bronco tanks (as far as i know) i went searching for one when i discovered rust on the 23 gallon tank i bought from an early bronco parts catalog .the pictured tank is copied from the 23 gallon tank sold by all of the bronco sites, with the exception of being designed in solid works,waterjet cut blanks and tig welded,and a better baffle (so i think) the fact that the extra capacity tank hangs a little lower in the rear made me want to replicate a stock style as well. i am working on a tank that will hold more than stock but hug the body more,,trying to get a 17-19 gallon low profile tank up in there ---what i meant to say is soon i will have pics of installs up,just got excited and wanted to see if there was an interest out there for aluminum/tanks,,and they are/were fun to make,and please buy one so i can turn wrenches on broncos rather than build the stuff im supposed to be building!
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Interested in a set (rear/aux)... will be checking for pix.

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curious what sender are you using?

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Old 10/28/09, 08:13 PM   #12
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curious what sender are you using?
are you asking this because of the odd looking"collar" over the sending unit hole?
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Old 10/29/09, 07:13 AM   #13
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Interested in a 23 gallon main for a 3" body lift to 97305. Let me know cost and lead time. Thanks!
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Old 10/29/09, 10:25 AM   #14
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You say you have cages also ?
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Old 10/29/09, 11:17 AM   #15
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Interested in a 23 gallon main for a 3" body lift to 97305. Let me know cost and lead time. Thanks!
p.m. sent-thanks
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