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Old 08-10-2010, 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Steves55 View Post
This weekend I would like to remove my orginal gas tank and since this will be my first experience, is there anything in particular that I need to be aware of? It appears to be a simple process but I know that sometimes what appears simple can be misleading. Thanks for any tips.
Undo all hoses, lines and wires, yes I know that sounds stupid but I almost did it myself. Wear eye protection to because while your under it losening the nuts and bolts all that crap will land in your eyes. Make sure you have some way to lower it with out having to muscle it around, if it has gas in it that is and finally don't be a ret@rd like me and hop under it with a smoke...lol As dumb as alot of this may sound it happens alot and its not just me. I'm just the one who is willing to admit that I do dumb stuff...lol
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