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Old 16 Jul 2007, 01:05 pm
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Default "No Drain Bolt" on Gas Tank?

Hi Folks

I just changed a gas tank on our older 1993 Honda Civic. I decided to
get a "jobber" tank since the dealer wanted 4 times the price for the
gas tank. However, the jobber tank does not have a "Drain Bolt" at
the bottom of the tank.

:-)

Is this normal?

Just curious.

Thanks

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