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Factory Auxiliary Fuel Tank Mounting Photos

 
 

These pictures show the '67 F250 Camper Special the day I brought it home. The auxiliary tank and skidplate had already been removed, but all the attaching hardware was still intact, as well as the owner-installed dual exhaust. You can see how the left-side exhaust pipe was routed outside the frame rail to clear the auxiliary tank.

These pictures show the mock-up of the tank and components on my '67 F100 SWB frame, done so I could make sure I had all the necessary mounting hardware.


This collection of pictures show the freshly stripped-and-painted tank and mounting hardware as I was mounting it to the '67 SWB chassis.

These pictures of a '70 F250 setup were contributed by 'knightfire83' from the FORDification forums. Notice that the rear tank mount includes a support strap which extended from the mount to the middle frame crossmember, something not used in a SWB installation.

 

 
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