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vip09
04-16-2007, 07:37 AM
Pleeeaaase :)


http://photos-sf2p.pe.facebook.com/v73/53/104/51204144/n51204144_30769889_4910.jpg

haelo
04-16-2007, 07:52 AM
Call up the WD-40 plant and see if you can't get a truckload dropped right at your door.

MoralWarfare
04-16-2007, 12:10 PM
get the torches.

Idiot Stick
04-16-2007, 12:32 PM
get the torches.

Thats the top of the gas tank dude.

Definately not a good idea :lol:

burnyd
04-16-2007, 01:33 PM
andy

surfergravity
04-16-2007, 01:38 PM
Flatbed it here. I'll do it. Bring a few 100 dollar bills with you.

2kSnakEater
04-16-2007, 03:04 PM
Celica's have it easy, on my old camaro and any f-body to that matter, you have to drop the tank to get to the fuel pump.

vip09
04-16-2007, 03:44 PM
Celica's have it easy, on my old camaro and any f-body to that matter, you have to drop the tank to get to the fuel pump.

You have to drop the tank on the All-Trac to get the fuel pump out.

2kSnakEater
04-16-2007, 05:43 PM
You have to drop the tank on the All-Trac to get the fuel pump out.


really? so what is that access hole in the truck for then?

vip09
04-16-2007, 05:46 PM
You can access the top of the gas tank that is showed in my pic up there. But I don't think there is enough clearance to pull that fuel pump and sending unit out of the tank with the hard lines attached to that cover on top of the tank.

2kSnakEater
04-16-2007, 05:47 PM
I cant see the pic, photobucket is blocked here at work. Im just going by memory on my 91 and 92 Tracs

Playfortoday
04-16-2007, 05:48 PM
Celica's have it easy, on my old camaro and any f-body to that matter, you have to drop the tank to get to the fuel pump.

:slap:

He has an alltrac. Hey vip09, based on the condition of those bolts, it means your fuel tanks strap bolts are screwed too. You might want to start hitting them with PB blaster now and everyday for a few day after you wipe them off before each blasting. Another thing you can try is pulling the strap pins and writing off the strap bolts as a loss. Putting the pins back up makes you desire a quick release from the pain of life though. Another thing you can do is try to get the mounting strap bolt mounts off instead. They are tucker way up there, but may have been more sheltered from conditions that the strap bolts. The replacement mounting strap bolt mounts are not too much money either if you just want to replace them. Same goes for the mounting bolts and the mounting nuts... there are not that much. If you have a problems, fire away. I just did mine a few weeks ago, although a lucked out by having a Colorado car with minimal rust. I was able to do it the right way. I new tank is not that expensive. I don't know how you budget is. I got a new pump, all the gaskets, all the bolts, and a new tank for what I don't remember... :hehe: but the tank was under three. So new and shiny. Moving this to Gen Disc.

vip09
04-16-2007, 06:03 PM
Play.. I already have the tank off. The pins that hold the straps on were rusted really bad, so I didn't even touch those. I just unbolted the 4 mounting bolts that are between the bumper and gas tank. I have sourced another gas tank from a member on alltrac.net. It has zero rust :) . Looks like I'll be making some custom fuel lines in the future. Here are a few more pics after I took the tank off.


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CandianCelicaGT
04-16-2007, 06:25 PM
You has rust. That tank is worse then the one I pulled out of my 91GT in a province that relies HEAVILY on salt during the winter, my bolts still have visible heads. lol

Playfortoday
04-17-2007, 01:03 AM
Did know that it was down already. I strongly suggest basting the under body and filler neck with por15 on your car and tank... including the used tank as well. It is a great product. I had no rust only that the filler neck so that is all I did, bu the stuff bonds to rust, stops it cold, and prevent further rust. Alltracman78 did most of his undercarriage and swears by it too, and it is not heavy like undercoating.

2kSnakEater
04-17-2007, 03:45 AM
I just saw that pics and HOLY CRAP! my 92 isnt even that bad.

donteatbugs
04-17-2007, 03:53 AM
he knows what por15 is. i did all my engine brakets, hard lines, and engine bay in it. i told him to get some but he hasnt got around to it yet...i think those big injectors have him distracted.

1990CelicaGT-S
04-17-2007, 04:10 AM
I was into mine on the GT-S and it took me a day just to get that cover off to get into the tank. It wasn't a good day.