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Old 01-17-2007, 12:53 AM
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Bronco gas tank in f150

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I've got a 1991 f150, 4x4, shortbed, 4.9. The truck has a small 16 gallon tank. Would a big 33 gallon bronco gas tank bolt right in if I got rid of the spare tire? Thanks, JT
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It will work, I just sold a parts truck that had one. The PO told me it was a direct swap. Make sure you get the skid plate from the Bronco, it holds the tank up.
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You have to make support for back of tank as tank is narrower front to back . But some angle to go between frame rails bolt in and a bronco Tank ,bronco pump, bronco straps (upper and lower ,or skid plate ) I have bronco one in my old truck I need to swap to new 94. Good luck
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