01silverado

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Well dont know if this is the thread to place this so correct me if im wrong
im baggin my truck (2001 silverado single cab) with a 4 link triangular in the back my question is do i need to purchase a fuel cell or can i move mine around anybody got pics or ideas they can give me
thanks in advance
 

Tukn4s

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what is your reasoning for doing a triangulated 4 link? Wishbone 3 link the truck and leave the factory tank where it is.
 

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Another vote for 3 link (or 2 link), and leave the gas tank where it's at. Just raise it up an inch and a half and call it good. It's very easy to do.
Don't be that guy that rolls around with his stock gas tank in the bed.....
 

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Another vote for 3 link (or 2 link), and leave the gas tank where it's at. Just raise it up an inch and a half and call it good. It's very easy to do.
Don't be that guy that rolls around with his stock gas tank in the bed.....

Local guy has his gas tank in the bed of the bagged colorado that he bought "finished". Held in by ratchet straps and sitting on 2 bars that look like what you'd hang a furnace from a ceiling with :lol:

#becauseRoadkill
 

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Local guy has his gas tank in the bed of the bagged colorado that he bought "finished". Held in by ratchet straps and sitting on 2 bars that look like what you'd hang a furnace from a ceiling with :lol:

#becauseRoadkill



:suicide2:

I understand budget builds... But don't hack your shit up just to get it done.. Shit is ridiculous.
 

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There isn't a bed floor in it either, and has a homemade tonneau cover. No tubs in the front fenders either.

OP, I'd go with Tukn4's suggestion though. Seems to be one of the, if not the, most knowledgeable members here on the forum on the subject.
 

01silverado

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Another vote for 3 link (or 2 link), and leave the gas tank where it's at. Just raise it up an inch and a half and call it good. It's very easy to do.
Don't be that guy that rolls around with his stock gas tank in the bed.....

Domt wanna be lol

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Well ive looked int the 3 link and i was thinkinsince i have everything from the 4 link can i just order the wishbone and still use my lower link bars for outside an bags on links?? Am right or wrong

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Well ive looked int the 3 link and i was thinkinsince i have everything from the 4 link can i just order the wishbone and still use my lower link bars for outside an bags on links?? Am right or wrong

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what is your reasoning for doing a triangulated 4 link? Wishbone 3 link the truck and leave the factory tank where it is.

First truck ive started didnt really think gas tank was gonna be a factor smh i shoulda done the 3 link dough seems alot easier now that ive searched it
 

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Yeah you should be able to use the same lower link bars. Just go from the factory hangers. If you do bag on bar make sure you center it on the width of the bar. To do this youll have to notch the frame for the bag. If you offset it on the bar youll twist the piss out of the bar
 

01silverado

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Yeah you should be able to use the same lower link bars. Just go from the factory hangers. If you do bag on bar make sure you center it on the width of the bar. To do this youll have to notch the frame for the bag. If you offset it on the bar youll twist the piss out of the bar

Ok thanks will do