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Old 08-04-2007, 11:01 PM   #15
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Re: Blazer Tank Install on the CHEAP... $50

Just a FYI, I ended up putting the filler in the bed floor...or right under. It is great to now have decent size fuel tank and a working fuel gauge!!!! I cut the factory neck off and welded another off a old Dodge land yacht I had on the place. The sender I bought came from O'rielly auto parts p/n FG05F and cost a whole $55! So for just under $120.00 counting new steel fuel line and strapping that I bought from Lowes (used to tie down mobile homes so they don't blow away) and a few bolts and nuts....Waalaa!!! New tank on the cheap and it is under the bed!
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