1977 Ford F250 4x2 - 38 Gallon tank


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Album Title: 38 Gallon tank
Tank upgrade
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Frank P , Ontario
1977 Ford F250 Ranger
automatic 4x2
Interior:
Exterior:
Mileage: 34000
Modifications
Views: 97 Average Vote: 6.00 (1 Votes)

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No mystery as to why the fuel gauge was't working ...


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this truck must have sat a long,long time to disintegrate the br ...


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New sending unit sitting on top of the new 38gallon tank. 144 li ...


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I cut the float arm and extended it with a ss rod, held in place ...


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Put the sending unit in place, drop the light into the tank and ...


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By pulling on the string you can watch the movement of the float ...


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After getting the length set with the tape in place, I welded (b ...


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The existing pickup tube has to be exented. Used 3/8 metal fuel ...


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This shot shows the final location of the pickup tube and float. ...


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Now that I'm done with the mods on the sending unit I don't need ...


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I used flux and a propane torch to tin the piece first then sold ...


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I used threaded rods to mount the tank with the existing straps. ...


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Don't forget to to replace the strap padding. I used rubber weat ...


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Make sure that you check the spacing between the frame and the s ...


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My F250 ran straight dual exhaust over the rear axle, exiting be ...


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Not a great picture but you can see how the overflow or vent tub ...


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Exiting in front of the rear tire. I cut the sections of pipe th ...

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