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Lesson learned

So here I am Saturday working on my fuel system and I get the idea of dropping the tank to clean it out. I look in the manual and was floored with all that has to be done just to remove it. Remove transmission, rear side window, some interior.......DANG!! Needless to say I just drained the old fuel and decided an inline fuel filter between the tank and pump will have to do. Too bad I didn't do that before I turned it over. It would of saved a fuel pump.

Old 01-24-2006, 05:49 PM
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It didn't take me very long at all to drop a fuel tank. So there.

(Never mind that it was a parts car with the tranny, torque tube, interior, glass, yada yada already gone)

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