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Installation of a new 34 gallon fuel tank insulators ?

Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Talk & GM News' started by JTWard, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. JTWard

    JTWard Member 1 Year Gold Member 100 Posts

    I'm having a new fuel tank and fuel pump assembly installed in my 1990 Silverado. Has anyone done this operation and what do I use as the 'Anti-Squeak' strips? I see the LMC sells a Anti-Squeak kit. Do I need it, (I bought it anyway $14.99) or did you something different? I don't want to finish this job and have the tank shifting around for my own mistake of not putting something on the tank straps to hold the tank for moving around ? Thank you for your help ! :oops:
  2. JTWard

    JTWard Member 1 Year Gold Member 100 Posts

    I can't be the only person to R&R the fuel tank. Haven't anyone here had to deal with a replacement tank, and if you did, what did you do about the "Anti-Squeak" type of insulation ? 1990 Chevy Pickup 1.20.2013 PICTURES 002.jpg
  3. Pikey

    Pikey Moderator Staff Member 3 Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    I did it in my 1995. I did not use anything. The tank had a plastic cover. It never squeaked. I did try to get some thin foam rubber in there but the straps were too short for the foam to fit

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