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Has anyone moved thier fuel tank? 61 to 71 D200

65 sporty

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Between the rear frame rails behind the rear axle, I have seen a lot of Chevy's and Ford's this way
 

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Not so much moved....just made it bigger on an A100.

Not the same truck I know.
 

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Thanks kiwigtx. I did a 69 RR a few years ago and after it was done he bought an a100. Nice one too.
My5th mopar, i saw that too. Thanks for the reply.
Ya'll keep the ideas coming, i take em all.
A quick photo update too while im at it
Brake line work done on the chassis/rear end.

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My motor home tank is 38 gal. If you want to feel the pain at every fill. If you are planning on a lot of traveling it maybe just the thing. Your going to have to find a different spot for the spare.
 

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I've known a couple of people who have swapped in ramcharger tanks, but I'm not sure of all the details. I've always liked the fuel filler behind the license plate bracket on a friend's 1985 Ramcharger, but I'm not completely sure of the ins and outs of how that particular bumber fitment would work on a truck bed.
 
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