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Old 12-15-2021, 05:44 PM
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Have the 25 gal tank hanging on it's own. Had to drill the holes on the passenger side for the straps, the Drivers side had them in the right place. Will have to relocate the brake line for the rear axle, used that hole for the strap.
And yes there is room to remove the shocks without removing any thing else.
And there is the optional 33 gal tank if you so choose, It's 12" deep instead of 9" for the 25 gal.

Mounts for the front of the tank

The rear strap mounts.


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Last of the fuel tank:


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The sending unit (sufg12A) for the chevy tank has a ohm reading of 90-94 ohm full and 0-1.5 ohm empty. If I researched correctly the SJ has a full ohm of 100-115 ohm and 0-5 ohm empty. Close enough!

Gas tank sending unit
Applications:
Blazer/Jimmy: 25 gallon Rear Mount Tank, Diesel
1984-86
CK10, 15, 20, 25, V8 379 (6.2L), w/o E.E.C.
1987
RV10, 15, 20, 25, V8 379 (6.2L), w/o E.E.C.

Suburban: 25 gallon Rear Mount Tank, Diesel
1984-86
CK10, 15, 20, 25, V8 379 (6.2L), w/o E.E.C.
1987
RV10, 15, 20, 25, V8 379 (6.2L), w/o E.E.C.

Number of lines: 3
Original Part Number: 25004087
Included with Sending Unit: Lock ring set and strainer
Packaging: Boxed
Part Number:SUFG12A
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It's been too cold for me to work in the shop untill it heats up and that's around noon if the suns out. Thats why not much progress, unlike thoses who live in the NE and put on a snow suite and continure to work in the real cold.

Back to work, kind of. 2 weeks ago I put the wagon up on ramps so I could work underneath comfortably. Got the rear axle lowered onto the ramps and the garage jack let me down. It wouldn't jack up any more, unless I used all my strength to lock the valve. Can't complain it been in use for over 40 years.
Called the company that made the jack, no repair parts, too old. But found a hydraulic jack repair company and they had the kit. The kit arrived today, so its back to work, on the garage jack.
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