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Fuel Tank Question

Ok, we have a customer who has purchased one of our Powerflow kits. On most trucks (including the 2 I've personally installed systems on) the fuel tank is on the drivers side of the truck. On this customers truck it is a 2000 F-350 2WD crewcab Longbed, and his tank is mounted in the rear of this truck! I have not came across this at all, and could use some help. If anyone else has a truck like this with an up-graded exhaust, how does the rear tank interfear with the new tail pipe? I'd like to get this guy helped out, so any help you guys can offer, I would appriciate it!:Thumbup:


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