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Old 04-07-2011, 05:25 PM
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Side Tank, Fuel tank swap

Does anybody know if a short bed side tank will bolt in place of the long bed tank. I just recently put my 203/205 doubler in my 89 F250 and the long bed tank is three inches too long. Hoping that the short bed version will bolt up. Thanks
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I think it will work, but you may need mounts for the smaller tank.. I'm not 100% sure the mounts are the same small to large... Pay close attention to the hoses and wires, they may be different too.
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i accidently ordered a short box side tank for my long bed. Length ways it was signifigantly shorter but the width and height were the same prob some drilling required but that should be all
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short bed tank will work, i did it in my 89, the front strap wont be in the right location, you will need to fabricate a front mount
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Thanks fella's. That helps alot. Dont have to modify the stock 19 gal
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