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Old 04-15-2010, 01:26 PM
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extending a fuel filler neck to fit a flatbed

i put a flatbed on my 93 f-250 last summer. the fuel filler neck on both the front and rear tanks are about 3-4 inches too short to reach the flatbed sides. i've just been letting them hang which means they both drip constantly. i priced out fuel filler neck hose and its about 25 dollars a foot. i need about 6 feet to extend the necks out to where they need to be. the fuel filler necks are between 65 and 120 apiece. i found a 6 inch piece of filler neck hose on www.lmctruck.com p/n 43-3354 that looks like it extends the necks on a '80-96 f-series but i have to buy a freaking $35 coupler p/n 43-3356 to make it work. i need to do that on both tanks. it looks like what i need but i'm not even sure if its right.

so what do y'all do for those who have installed flabeds on your trucks.
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Could you just split the hose somewhere and add a length of exhaust pipe or other tube to extend it? Is the vent tube still external on that year truck?
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I used stainless steel exhaust tubing to extend mine.
Go to a muffler shop and see if they have any scrap pieces laying around, you maybe able to get it free or at least cheap.
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