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1984 GMC 1 ton Dually 4 door 2wd fuel idea and question.

Discussion in 'Chevy C/K Truck Forum' started by leadsleddin, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. leadsleddin

    leadsleddin New Member

    I am about to do a cross country run hauling my Harley and a trailer with a kustom 1949 Chevy Fleetline Aerosedan. I have a rear gas tank from a Blazer same era(not installed yet) and the original dual side tanks. I am wondering if anyone has seen a fuel splitter that I can hook all 3 tanks to so I can run with 70+ gals. If no splitter exists does anyone know of a way to hook all 3 tanks into the factory splitter.
  2. pychokenny

    pychokenny Rockstar 100 Posts

    get another factory splitter and factory switch or a 3 way toggle switch (on-off-on) and put it in line whit one of the other tanks or run the blazer tank into one of the other tanks lines but that would make you running off of two tanks at one time
  3. DAREDEVIL

    DAREDEVIL Rockstar 4 Years 1000 Posts

    in the marine world we have 3 way splitters ( brass ), but they are mechanical for raceboats with more then 2 tanks. its basicly just a 3 way valve with #10 or #12 hose barbs.

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