Tanks inc. fuel tank

Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by 1981LT1, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. ULTM8Z

    ULTM8Z Veteran Member

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    +1. Mine works just like the factory tank for fill-ups.
     
  2. MartyO

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    Excellent!
     
  3. hot72rod

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    It took me a couple of day but here it is.

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    Where is the thread at? I'd like to see if anyone wants to go in on a deal like that.
     
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    +1 :D
     
  6. hot72rod

    hot72rod Veteran Member Gold Member

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    When he says that was just over a $100, I'm sure that was just for the tank. Tank Inc. doesn't sell the tank as a complete unit. You have to pick and chose all the parts you want, to build your tank.
     
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    Yes, I would do the same. Cash in hand! haha
     
  9. 1st and goal

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    In my previous post I mentioned that I got down into the 3 gallon range with no drivability issues, well I ventured down further the other day and Blah....ran out of gas. :mad: A guy driving a 31 Ford pulled over and gave me a ride to get gas, I put about 4 gallons into it with a gas can and then filled it with another 15 gallons or so when I made it to the gas station.
    Moral of the story, in my case I found that there are about 2 gallons of unusable gas. So apparently empty means empty :)
    Just a little FYI :)

    Marc
     

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