Gas tank kits in the works

Do you want a Frisco mount sportster tank? Do you know how to weld? Well this 2.2 gal tank kit will be avail soon. What you'll get:

-2.2 gal shell with the top flat spot worked out of it (shown split for narrowing option)
-small vented cap and bung
-one piece bottom and tunnel (not pictured)
-your choice of rubber mounting kit or good 'ol backbone tab mounts
-22mm Frisco style fuel bung (not pictured)

These will be available in 2 weeks, pricing tbd. Picture doesn't represent a complete kit, I'm just shooting what I have now.

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Commented on 12-30-2010 At 01:55 pm

id like to take that tig class your talking about and do this as a project. looks killer

Commented on 1-3-2011 At 07:08 pm

Sounds good to me!

Commented on 4-17-2012 At 04:26 pm

How much plus shipping,need one now?!!!

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Baby Matt
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