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Unread 04-21-2009, 01:41 PM   #1
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Gas tank for rear stretch

I want to 4-link and stretch the rear of my Yj this next winter. I have been looking into putting a fuel cell into the back of my jeep and decided that really isn't for me. I want an under the body fuel tank and leave the space in the back of the jeep for gear and tools. Genright has a nice tank that will allow a 6" stretch, but damn $850? Who is Genright's competition? Does anybody else make a tank that allows for a stretch. My searches come up with zip!

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Unread 01-21-2011, 12:48 PM   #2
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i have been looking for this as well, i think gen right is the only one that uses the stock mounting location to avoid fabwork. if you're not a diy'er this is the quick easy way to do the stretch. by the time you pay someone to fab up something, it would probably cost you about the same amount..... old thread, i know. blame google
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Unread 01-21-2011, 03:25 PM   #3
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i have been looking for this as well, i think gen right is the only one that uses the stock mounting location to avoid fabwork. if you're not a diy'er this is the quick easy way to do the stretch. by the time you pay someone to fab up something, it would probably cost you about the same amount..... old thread, i know. blame google

Thanks!

I did end up with the Genright. I am not disappointed. My rear stretch project starts at post #30

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