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Old 10-11-2011, 06:00 PM   #1
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84 Elandan - which tank is which?

Trying to figure out which tank is the reserve and which is the main...is the front filler the Aux?
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On a Chevy P30 chassis, the 60 gal Main tank is located behind the rear wheels between the frame rails. The 30 gal aux tank would have been mounted outboard the frame rail forward of the rear wheels.

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On a Chevy P30 chassis, the 60 gal Main tank is located behind the rear wheels between the frame rails. The 30 gal aux tank would have been mounted outboard the frame rail forward of the rear wheels.

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