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georgeb
Posted 2023-09-05 12:03 PM (#631735)
Subject: Fuel Tank Questions


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Putting the fuel tank on the 58 Chrysler I’m restoring. Is there a grommet where the fuel tank meets the filler tube? And, how is the tank vented? Does it need a vented gas cap? Thanks
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Powerflite
Posted 2023-09-05 1:10 PM (#631736 - in reply to #631735)
Subject: Re: Fuel Tank Questions



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It isn't vented, so you will need a vented gas cap. Or it wouldn't be a bad idea to braze a tube to the tank, if you wanted to create a ventilation system on it. There is a seal for the tube. Vans sells them separately, as well as the new tanks.
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