Bob Drake Reproductions 40-9002-A 1933-1934 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tanks
33-34 Ford, Custom Replacement Fuel Tank Style, 11 gallons Capacity, Steel, 43" Overall Length
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The tank comes with a plug for the drain hole at the bottom, and a gasket and mounting screws for the sending unit (the flange for the sending unit has at least three, 5-and 6-screw patterns in it to accommodate nearly any original early Ford or aftermarket sending unit).
The fuel line attachment port is on the front of the tank (with a tube that reaches to the bottom/center of the tank) and is threaded ½-20 to accept a specialized 1/4" ferrule and nut fitting such as sku # 910-76073 as offered below to utilize in conjunction with 1/4" steel fuel line.
The tank does not have a dedicated vent line or fuel return port (as might be needed in a fuel injected arrangement) therefore, a vented cap would be required (such as the Speedway 911-39001), or the customer would have to modify the tank to suit their needs.
The inside of the tank has 2, sturdy, baffles to control side-to-side slosh.
The tank has a factory-applied, light-gray finish to resist corrosion.
- Dimensions 43 x 15 1/2 x 8.
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