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Old 01-02-2015, 02:08 PM
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There's also the option of lining it with "Por 15" gas tank liner, if your tank wasn't available anywhere.
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Glad to hear about the solutions to your problem, those Duraspark II control modules can be pesky little buggers. Glad to hear you changed your fuel filter, and went to an inline filter, my thoughts are to change your fuel filter at least once a year, or whenever your filter is clogged, another thought would be an inline fuel filter with a replaceable element, that's what I did on my 78 F-150 Ranger Lariat with a 351M / 400 engine with a four barrel carburetor, and I keep a package of spare elements in my glove compartment. Mr. Gasket makes them and the replacement elements and they are rather reasonably priced. You can get them at Autozone, Advance Auto Parts, NAPA, or any other auto parts store.
Hopefully you find this rather helpful. I've found that LMC Truck is a good company to deal with, and $120 seems rather reasonably priced, and their quality is good, and they have excellent customer service.
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Bear in mind with LMC, you get what you pay for.
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