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Repair shock

New Chevy S-10 fuel tank close up.
The new fuel tank also needed the sending unit which was an unpleasant shock.



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Uh oh... you can blame me for talking you in to a new tank! On the other hand, if this was an older truck with a carburetor engine, you could have just bungee corded a jerry can in the bed and run the hose to the fuel pump in to it!
Comment by Eric Sat Mar 11 17:19:57 2017





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