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PostPosted: January 21, 2018, 7:55 pm 
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Hey, a while back I found a thread that listed everything I would need, and showed the steps and what not on installing a car fuel tank in his..66? Anyhow I couldn't bookmark it and haven't found it since. But what's the biggest fuel tank I can install where the spare tire wold be without it hanging down too low? I'm starting some body work on my 64 and the quarter panel is one of the roughest spots so I might as well get that out of the way.

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19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
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PostPosted: January 23, 2018, 6:03 pm 
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I'm using an 84 Bronco 2 tank and I am thinking along the same lines. I've been hoping to find a junk bronco and cutting out the whole section and working it in. I have not found any with the fill in the back quarter panel. In fact around here I am lucky if I find any Bronco 2's in pieces at all. I believe my tank is 18 gallon but I may be mistaken. I thought about running it up in the floor, but don't really like the idea.


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PostPosted: January 24, 2018, 10:46 am 
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64 f100 wrote:
I'm using an 84 Bronco 2 tank and I am thinking along the same lines. I've been hoping to find a junk bronco and cutting out the whole section and working it in. I have not found any with the fill in the back quarter panel. In fact around here I am lucky if I find any Bronco 2's in pieces at all. I believe my tank is 18 gallon but I may be mistaken. I thought about running it up in the floor, but don't really like the idea.

Awesome. Ya neither...seems redundant..either drop the tailgate or have the hose rub your paint... but someone on here made a thread and showed all the steps...wish I could find it or someone would share the thread to us.

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
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Found it..had to get creative on how I searched the forum for it.

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
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A couple ways I did it. Tom

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PostPosted: February 1, 2018, 10:26 am 
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Wow those are some different ideas, very cool

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
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