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Old 11-15-2008, 02:42 PM
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Question Fuel tank(s)

Has anyone actually looked at the fuel tank(s) on the OBS trucks...Im pretty sure thats just 1 tank Is it seperated interally? or does it just play with numbers to come up with how full they are? I dont understand how 1 tank comes from 2....
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Old 11-15-2008, 03:02 PM
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no theres two tanks,one is above the spare tire and the other isup a bit farther.
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Old 11-15-2008, 03:33 PM
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Oh really, i had her up on a lift a few months ago and never found a second
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under where the spare tire is,its there
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if it has 2 fuel doors then it should have 2 fuel tanks unless someone took it out.
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The rear tank is hidden under neith a metal plate between the fram rails in the very rear of the truck.
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its easy to see, my 96 has no spare tire at all and i can see it clearly
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its easy to see, my 96 has no spare tire at all and i can see it clearly
imbetween your bumper and rear axel there is a skid plate covering it
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there is a split skid plate covering it
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ya, I think the rear tank is a 18 gallon and the front is a 19 gallon
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