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Posted 22 November 2012 - 12:15 PM

Anyone ever put a fuel cell into an old Soob Wagon? Have a 78 that the gas tank is shot on. Found an original replacement but it's going to cost me 350$. An 8 gallon stainless steel is only going to cost 150. This is what I'm looking at: http://www.moorepart...ct/5389/TKS833/ I've never installed a fuel cell before but I would imagine it couldn't be that difficult. The current tank is out and I'm curious if anyone knows if the stock fuel pump would draw the fuel from a tank such as this if mounted where the existing fuel tank is located. Any info would be greatly appreciated.




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