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Old 04-26-2014, 07:16 PM   #1
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Just to Clarify for Those Who WILL Need This

Having lost the fuel cap (again) on our Alpine '07 coach, I of course looked through some old posts here on how to identify the "right one". There is confusion. I've made a note of it, but just wanted others to have this: It's CarQuest Part Number 34060CQ. Hope no one ever needs this, but if you do here's the answer....
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Thanks for the part# but?

Hey thanks for the part # but why are you losing the caps?Are you just forgetting to put them back on or is there some problem that I should be aware of?

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A bunch of us have lost our caps.....so you are not alone. What many have done is to drill a small hole in the cap and attach a small ball chain between the cap and a point near the fill. Have not lost one since doing that.
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A superb idea. So easy a it works. Thanks.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:35 PM   #6
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Try one of these

Mount one of these on the flat surface above the fuel fill and never lose another cap. The last one I bought was $5.00



Fuel Cap Holder Red Don'T Lose Your Cap Anymore Lot of 95 New 5B0911 | eBay
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