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overflow tank

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by Knuckledragger, Apr 23, 2019.

  1. Knuckledragger

    Knuckledragger blowing chunks

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    Prepping for a trip to AZ, I filled my tank and found that it now leaks. Anyone know the part number? Anyone have a good one for sale? Anyone know if the later combo tank (87-94) can be used without too much monkeying around? It will not be in time for the trip, but I still need a working tank.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Knuckledragger

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    E5TZ 8A080 B

    Found part number, it is obsolete and I have not found any new yet.
     
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    Thewespaul Supporting Vendor Supporting Member

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    I have some used ones that would be better than nothing
     
  4. Knuckledragger

    Knuckledragger blowing chunks

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    Now I need one for 1987-91 F350. It is similar to 83-86, but I am led to believe they are different. Any sources for new are appreciated, but undamaged used ones are fine. too.

    Update: I believe these are also the same on 1992-94idi and possibly up to 96 in powersmoke.
     
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    Va_Mike Full Access Member

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    Wes probably has you hooked up by now. But if not I think I have one out of a 89 and a 91 both didn't leak when removed. I may willing to part with one.
     
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    Still looking for a tank for 87-91. Bought one from Wes, but UPS tried to deliver it when I was not in town, UPS sent it back.
     
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    I may have one. Ill look when I remember lol
     
  8. lotzagoodstuff

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    Post a pick of the crack/damage on your current tank. My wife has shown me some stuff that was glued with some of the new hybrid epoxy's that I thought couldn't be glued. New adhesives are pretty remarkable, and worst case: it will just leak :joker:

    If it was good enough to pull a train, it should be able to fix your overflow tank!

     
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