1953-1956 F100 Rear NON-EFI Tank– Bed Fill
Fat Fender Garage offers this non-EFI tank for your 1953-1956 Ford F100 trucks. It will allow you to remove the old, smelly tank behind the seat. It works great for carbureted motors but don’t be mistaken, this is baffled and allows you to easily upgrade to a Stealth 340 in the future when you upgrade to an EFI motor.
- Tank Dimensions: Fits between frame rails and cross members. No cutting required.
- Tank Material: .125 Aluminum
- CNC Machined Non Vented / Threaded Cap.
- 1/2″ NPT Vent
- 3/8″ NPT Return
- #6 ORB Female Pump Outlet
- 2 Baffles
- Includes Block Off Plate for fuel pump flange. Easily upgrade to a Stealth 340 in the future when you upgrade to an EFI motor.
- Approx 22 Gallons
Flush Bed Fill: Standard bed fill tank with cap. The standard bed fill tank will come with a threaded cap and neck as shown in the pictures which sticks up approx 3”. It is not intended to come through the bed floor, it will be just below the bed floor which will require you to install an access door in the bed floor. You will then open that door reach through and take the cap off the tank to fill it. If you add the Flush Floor Fill Option you will receive a tank with a 2” Hose barb on the tank and the flush bed floor fill kit which will be mounted into your bed floor then you connect the tank via the supplied rubber hose and clamp.
Fuel Level Sensor: If you are using stock gauges, use the 75-10 OHM resistance option. If using the Dakota Digital gauges, you can use any OHM resistance, but we recommend the 240-33 version as it has the most accuracy through the sweep. Flange Block Off Kit: If you plan on using the tank before you decide the level sensor you will need a block off kit with gasket to seal the flange for use.
Rollover Safety Vent: The Roll Over Safety Vent is a simple ball check valve that allows air in and out of the tank as needed. In the event of a Roll Over the ball will drop and block the vent port from leaking fuel. Additionally, the ROV also has a small float inside that will help reduce the amount of liquid entering the vent hose from fuel slosh during normal everyday use.
Lead time: Our fuel tanks are made to order by Boyd Welding, here in the U.S. and typically arrive within two weeks from date of order.
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