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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-01-2016, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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Wtb - Gas tank

So I bought some undermount floor board protectors, following the instructions I drilled a self tapping screw right in to my gas tank. As soon as I did it I thought that seems awfully close to my gas tank......

Need a gas tank that will fit an 06 660 shipped to 99623. Anyone?
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A few on ebay if you can't find one on here
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Seeing as how I'm looking for a new tank anyway. If I buy an 08 and newer will it fit and what's it take to plug gauge in?
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I just ordered a set of protectors myself. Which ones did you order? Just want to make sure I don't make the same mistake.
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I just ordered a set of protectors myself. Which ones did you order? Just want to make sure I don't make the same mistake.
They were from brink enterprises. I think where I ran in to a problem was my underneath being dented allowing the screws to be too long.
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Thanks, that's where I ordered from as well. Good luck on finding a replacement tank.
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Just pull the tank to be safe. I definitely wish I had taken 10 minutes to do it.
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Just pull the tank to be safe. I definitely wish I had taken 10 minutes to do it.
I may put a 2nd piece of metal or wood so when the drill goes through the main plate it will hit it (or use a drill stop). Thinking of using bolts instead of screws though after holes are drilled.
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Seeing as how I'm looking for a new tank anyway. If I buy an 08 and newer will it fit and what's it take to plug gauge in?
08 and newer will be fuel injected. Will have a huge hole in the top four the fuel pump / sending unit
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Just looked. A new one is 785 doll hairs ! Ouch
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Just looked. A new one is 785 doll hairs ! Ouch


Yeah like I said... Pull the tank lol

I used bolts as well though once I pulled the tank.
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Try looking up the tank for a Massimo\Hisun model. I bet it will fit and will be about $100 bucks.

I haven't heard from Brinks on my order. Did you get any invoice or other communication from them?

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Try looking up the tank for a Massimo\Hissan model. I bet it will fit and will be about $100 bucks.

I haven't heard from Brinks on my order. Did you get any invoice or other communication from them?
I never got an invoice. I texted the owner asking for a tracking number. By the time he responded it was in my mailbox.
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Try looking up the tank for a Massimo\Hissan model. I bet it will fit and will be about $100 bucks.

I haven't heard from Brinks on my order. Did you get any invoice or other communication from them?
I never got an invoice. I texted the owner asking for a tracking number. By the time he responded it was in my mailbox.
Thanks. The Hisun 700 tank is $204

Hisun Motors Corp, USA - UTV - ATV - Motorcycle - Electric-Vehicle

Part 81140115

Worth looking into.
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Try looking up the tank for a Massimo\Hissan model. I bet it will fit and will be about $100 bucks.

I haven't heard from Brinks on my order. Did you get any invoice or other communication from them?
I never got an invoice. I texted the owner asking for a tracking number. By the time he responded it was in my mailbox.
Thanks. The Hisun 700 tank is $204

Hisun Motors Corp, USA - UTV - ATV - Motorcycle - Electric-Vehicle

Part 81140115

Worth looking into.
I'll look into that. I patched the small hole after melting it back together. I plan to beat it down the trail by my house to see if it holds.
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