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Old 02-22-2013, 09:53 PM   #11
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Shape is really all you need to look at. The larger has an extra step down . Print up a pic of his post and take that with you to the J/Y .

Make that an xtra "couple" step downs

kinda hard to see the top of the tank when the cab and bed are still on the frame. just saying




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Old 12-02-2013, 12:53 AM   #12
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so did the larger tank fit the regular cab? Would the fuel pump from the 4 cyl be a drop in or would i need to add the fuel pump from the v6 along with the cluster? would i need to go into an aftermarker pump and gauge ?
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Old 12-02-2013, 04:54 AM   #13
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so did the larger tank fit the regular cab? Would the fuel pump from the 4 cyl be a drop in or would i need to add the fuel pump from the v6 along with the cluster? would i need to go into an aftermarker pump and gauge ?
x2 for a 93 2.4 2wd??
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x2 for a 93 2.4 2wd??
X3 '91 ka2.4e; fit standard cab pickup & 4 cyl. Pump function ok or need upgrade pump ( I would think the original 4 cyl. pump would be fine as your only changing the receptacle)

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All you would need to do is look if the front of the tank attaches to that bracket or if it is on the cross member for the short wheel base trucks. If i remember correctly it is on the cross member already. Ill try to look after dinner.
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Posted a "thanks" for those pics.

Now I understand why my first 1/4 tank on the fuel gauge goes down so fast.
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I feel like I am constantly apologizing for my terrible iPhone camara, bit it really is bad. It is a lot easier to use than the "real" camera so your gonna have to suck It up haha.

Anyway as you can sort of see in the picture the 15.9 gallon tank goes all the way up to the cross member so there would not be room to fit the larger gas tank on the single cab short bed d21. The gas tank goes all the way back to the axle so its really not feasible at all.
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So I guess an alternative would be to try and stick one on the opposite side? I'll look tomorrow as I'm beat from my house Reno. Me, myself and I are doing it all......yeah team.
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The exhaust Is (was in my case) on the other side but other than that It could work. Then you could have an option to fill the tank on the correct side!
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so would the larger tank fit an extended cab 2wd?
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