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Old 09-07-2005, 04:34 AM   #1
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Folks this is kind of picky but it just bugs me. Has anyone replaced the existing tank with one that will hold a quart of fluid? The stuff is sold in quarts, my Chevy PU has a tank that will hold a quart, but the W22 holds about 4 ounces or so what's up with that?

It looks like it would be a simple job, a couple of screws and reconnect the pump. Do you think the pump/connector on a Chevy would be compatible with the W22?

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Folks this is kind of picky but it just bugs me. Has anyone replaced the existing tank with one that will hold a quart of fluid? The stuff is sold in quarts, my Chevy PU has a tank that will hold a quart, but the W22 holds about 4 ounces or so what's up with that?

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I buy it by the gallon and keep it with my other fluids and just top off whenever I need to.
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