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120 fuel tank in a 115C?
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tsherry
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Does anyone know if the 120 tank will fit in a 115C? I know the parts numbers are different as the 115C tank is 17 gallons and the 120 is 20....just curious.

Posted on: 3/6 21:58
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Re: 120 fuel tank in a 115C?
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Ozstatman
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Flackmaster, your expertise is needed.

Posted on: 3/6 23:49
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Re: 120 fuel tank in a 115C?
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flackmaster
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Yes. Slightly longer support straps. I think I've got a pair here you can have for a donation to this site. Think. Advise if you buy that tank. Good investment.

Posted on: 3/7 7:19
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Re: 120 fuel tank in a 115C?
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Thanks, will do!

Posted on: 3/8 17:48
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