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Thread: Fuel Tanks

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    Default Re: Fuel Tanks

    awesome, studying the info. thanks

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    Default Re: Fuel Tanks

    Mr. Steve,
    cool, ready to order the rebuilt kit, do we exhcange info for the tool or is it feaseble to obtain the Ford tool from the other site?
    Is the procedure written someware or would you send it with the tool.
    thank you
    jlugo

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    Default Re: Fuel Tanks

    Steve,

    A friend needs to remove his tank gauge. How do you stop the gauge itself rotating (using the nut/bolt shown in your pics) when the larger peg tool in in place?
    Tony N

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    Default Re: Fuel Tanks

    You hold the nut/bolt stationary, that holds the gauge itself in place while you turn the jam nut.

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