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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2002, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

Picked up my 15gallon tank at Moab last week, and got it installed the other day. Its SWEET.

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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

I think your pic is too big, it says it can't be found...[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
....would like to see it tho....
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

Ahhhh, me....jealous.... ;-)
Like was said, the pic isn't working but I would love to see it!
I plan on picking one up too. How tough to install?

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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

Yes a picture would be great. Seems expensive for a $100 plastic gas tank and skid plate, maybe the picture will help make sense.
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

Pardon my ignorance (and butting in, too)... WHAT gas tank? I need a replacement for mine, preferably larger-sized, but I haven't seen anything like that anywhere. What are the parts numbers?
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

call petroworks. it is something new that gary is making. he just finally put them on the market and they are not on his website yet.
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

Yes they are... go to Click here for more information on the Petroworks site.
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Hmm, thanks for the tip. that's bizarre though, i couldn't get it to come up on there search.
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

I can't find it either
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Re: PetroWorks Gas Tank is Installed!!

I too have been waiting for a before and after pic. Thanks for trying. Could you try again?

The tank hangs a little lower than stock, or so I've read and I am anxious to discover exactly how much it actually does. With all of the lift most of us have, I cant help but wonder why some of the room forward of the tank, over the axle isn't utilized. My Calmini lift bumpstops are 3" longer than stock, so I am confident the room is there...
Even a minimal 14" X 24" X 3" deep addition would give us about 2 extra gallons. If a deep tank was "tunneled" in the middle for the pumpkin, I bet a new tank could hold 5 or 6 extra gallons and be MORE inboard and away from harm than the stock unit.

Just my .02 I have never built a tank.. Or measured for that matter... [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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