The ultimate Early Bronco fuel tank is here! Newly re-designed with cleaner lines and an ingenious new mounting system but that's not all, the tank was designed with a bigger opening in the top giving you the ability to mount a fuel pump and filter in the tank, (keeping the pump submerged in fuel helps keep it cool extending it's life 10X) this also acts as a sump to help keep the fuel around the pump while climbing hills (an internal accumulator tank). The new 23 gallon tank also has the new feature of welded A/N fittings for the fuel pickup and return so you can have a positive fuel line connection to the tank. This replacement fuel tank is designed to withstand years of hard-core four wheeling. The new tank doesn't use any mounting straps, they can get snagged on something allowing the tank to fall out. The new track-mount system allows you to bolt the brackets to the frame and mount the tank in any Bronco, regardless of body lift, as high as possible to get maximum ground clearance. This tank is designed to take advantage of all available space to maximize fuel capacity, increasing your range. The kit includes: tank, mounting brackets, sender, hardware and instructions. Donít forget to finish off the job with new filler and vent hoses.
The construction is 14 GA aluminized steel for strength and rust resistance. The tank has one 3/8" fuel pickup, two 5/16" vents/returns, a pan for EFI and two baffles It comes with the sending unit and mounting hardware. The tank has a access hole and the bulkhead connector making it ready to install the mustang in-tank pump. The sump in this tank makes it the only true EFI ready tank made for EBs. The tank now comes with A/N fittings welded on to the fuel pickup and return. This tank also comes with one push lock A/N fitting if your using rubber hose and one A/N cap.
The sending unit that comes with this tank uses a 16 hole (square plate) design. The plate is different but the sender is the same as the 5 screw holes (round plate). This is a standard in the aftermarket. This sender will work with a stock Early Bronco fuel gauge or any aftermarket fuel gauge that requires a ohm range from 10 to 70, meaning that if you test your fuel gauge, you should get around 10 ohms when the tank is full and around 70 ohms when it is empty. Tank is painted in a primer just to keep rust off it during storage and shipping. You will need to repaint the fuel tank.
1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Ford Bronco