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SHOWS HOW THIS MESS OF STUFF FITS FINALLY UNDER THE SCOUT.

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05-20-2013, 03:03 PM
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FUEL TANK STEPS
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  1. Here is the tank firmly secured to the skid plate. And here is the skid plate firmly bolted to the Scout. All nice and snug.



    And finally here is the hole mess.


    There is no formula for a project like this. You'll find your own way to accomplish this goal. I think my ideas might give you some ideas of your own.

    I will never say that my idea is the only way it can be done.

    So far all is working great.

    My biggest complaint has to do with fuel gauges and sending units. That is a black art. I did the research, learned how it all worked, purchased a gauge and a sending unit that were supose to work together and they do...for about 1/2 a tank.

    When I fill the tank the needle is pegged. When the tank reads empty I'll fill it up and it takes 10 gallons. This is a 15 gallon tank, so when my gauge reads empty I still have 5 gallons to go. That is not the way I like to fly. But I have not had the time or energy to fool with more gass stuff.


    I hope that some of you find this helpfull.

    It has made my experience at the fuel station a real breeze!!!! I love it.
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