V8 Staff

You know how these things go, you solve one challenge and another pops up. This time, the fuel tank needed to be shortened to fit the shorter wheelbase.

We ordered a new tank so that we were not cutting and welding on a tank that once held fuel. That’s just something we don’t do in our shop, especially when a new replacement is around $200.00.

The tank would have to be about this long to clear the axle.

We cut the tank, and Adam TIG welded in a new side. We estimate we only lost a couple gallons of total capacity, and all the original fuel pump, sender, and line fittings connect right up.

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