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Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to slide in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy Sh!t, what a ride!"
as quoted by collin casey-off the hamb R.I.P. brotha and rip it up in the lil blue duece
I bought the Universal Sender at the same time I bought the tank at Danchuk. It is a 0-30 ohm like the stock sender so I can keep the original gauge. It is fully adjustable and I had to put it on close to the shortest setting for the 8 1/2" depth tank.
I bought the jumbo 29 gallon for my wagon and will begin the install this week. I bought the universal 30 ohm sender and I'm thinking of putting in a cover and ring for a submersible fuel pump , just in case I might go to EFI in the future. I'd rather do this now as the tank is clean.
When we went to install the body back on the frame the old tank mounts were in the way of the new bracket so we had to cut those off. If you installed the kit with the body on it would have been apparent much earlier.
After we got the body on I cut about 7" off the original one piece 56' filler neck and used the included adapter, hoses and clamps to get it all back together. As a side note, I had the original bracket and filler neck/pipe powder coated in black while it was out of the car.
Once I get gas in it and get the wiring done in April I will continue the post with the gauge readings and final comments.
i bought a ricks tank for my 55 im building.looks like it will be a nice piece when im done.i got the 22 gal.one.did away with the spar tire well.figured if i have a flat i'll call someone lol like the post looks nice