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It says that it onlyfits up to 89. I was wondering if it would fit on my 95 351w. I don't know of any significant changes to teh Bronco those years as it say it will fit both carbed and FI setups. Maybe they went to a return set-up in 90? If anyone knows if this will fit and/or has any good/bad things to say about this tank, I'm all ears. Thanks
The difference IS related to the fuel pump setup. Ford went to the single high-pressure pump in the tank in 1990 and when that happened the locking collar and hole that the pump/float assembly goes into changed diameter. That is why it is only listed to fit through 1989.
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I bought a 40 gal tank for my old 88'. I took all good parts off that truck and transferd them to my 90'. (including the tank.) I just put a high pressure pump on the frame rail like the 88. I like it there better anyways. If you really want some range, check out the 50 gal aux tank in my gallery.
90' Bronco, 351, MSD Ign., SS 3" exhaust,
38" x 15.50 R15 Dirt Grips, 14" x 15" Alcoa wheels
6" lift w/ cutout flares, 40 gal. fuel tank
F diff - lockright locker, 4.88's
R diff - Powertrax locker, 4.88's
Cast diff cover w/ carrier braces
Rear full float axles, truss, Above spring traction bars
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