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40 Gallon Rear Fuel Tank (needs cleaning/re-coating)

Taken off a 2001 f-350 7.3.

40 gallon rear mounted fuel tank - i believe the part # is YC35-9K007-FC (I believe this part number has been superseded by a new #).

**** Will need to be cleaned and recoated/resealed. ****

Can someone use this or should I recycle it?
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Is this a cab-n-chassis truck?

Steel tank?

Don't toss it, somebody will need it..... somewhere......

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This a cab-n-chassis truck.

I believe it is a steel tank.

If you have an idea how to promote it, I'll hold it for a bit.

I've been politely reminded by my wife that it takes up space and smells, so I'm not sure how long I can hold onto it.
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I would be interested in it.
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Trey,

It's yours. Do you want the skid plate and straps also?

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