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    Fuel Tank

    I wonder if anybody could help me, I am torn whether to put a fuel tank under my bed or keep it in the cab on my Chevy 3100 53". It got the 4 bar rear suspension on the rear and would like to be able to still see it from the outside without a fuel tank in the way but I am worried about the fuel smell if I leave the tank in the cab ?

    If anybody could give their opinion that would be great.

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    You would only get a fuel smell if your tank has a leak

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    Ok great, just got to make sure the sender and hoses are secured properly

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    or fit one under the bed and keep the in cab one and use it as a speaker box.
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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    Just recently put my '50 on the road and there's no smell,like Russ mentions,just make sure all the filler neck hoses and sender gaskets are good.

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