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    fuel tanks petrol , diesel

    hi all
    just purchased a 2005 4.8L auto patrol which has a gas system on it , this system has been removed leaving a big hole where the main tank use to be . my question, can the diesel tanks be used as replacements with a different pump, are they interchangeable or do I need to find a 4.8L tank only
    PS I live in Tasmania is anyone looking for a gas system or any ideas where to start looking for a main tank
    Thanks Craigg

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    All the same in the wagons mate. GQ and GU will fit. Rear tank Only. Subs are different between GQ and GU but all rears are the same.
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    thanks will start looking.

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    MRTD is on the money again, IIRC found earlier GU-DX leafy utes versus ST coily utes were similar yet mounting brackets set differently forward and much higher betterer for tank arse rear rock slapping:-(


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