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Week to Wicked Product Feature: Aluminum Fuel Tank

5/3/2017

When Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks teamed up for the latest Week to Wicked build, they understood that without fuel, our projects look good and go nowhere fast. To that end, they selected a tank from Speedway Motors to house the go-juice necessary to feed that beast of an LS3 under the hood.

The team selected an aluminum 17 gallon tank, designed to be mounted under your truck box. It will require a remote filler to bridge the gap from your fill neck to the tank, also available at Speedway Motors. Mounted under the bed, you drill a hole and mount your filler neck, hook up your wires and lines, and you’re ready to go.

The tank does have an in-tank fuel pump, and an included fuel level sender. The cover plate is set up with -6AN fittings for the feed and return lines, as well as a rollover valve and vent port. 8 bolts keep the tank firmly planted between the rails.

To check out the fuel tank specs in more detail, click here.

Be sure to check out the rest of the products used in the build on the Featured Page.

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