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    Joe
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    PVC Conduit (3 or 4") filled with Great Stuff - Expanding Foam

    I have SEARCHED High and Low and can't find the post where some one showed a pic of how they made a Gas Tank Space Filler our of the above mentioned parts..............

    Does anyone know what I am talking about and if so, what size PVC Conduit?

    Again, I searched and I tried to post this in the How-To, but wisely I don't have permission to post in that section


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    Quote Originally Posted by OneEyedHito View Post
    I have SEARCHED High and Low and can't find the post where some one showed a pic of how they made a Gas Tank Space Filler our of the above mentioned parts..............

    Does anyone know what I am talking about and if so, what size PVC Conduit?

    Again, I searched and I tried to post this in the How-To, but wisely I don't have permission to post in that section
    I think this is the thread you're talking about:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ighlight=rack+

    Check post #13 & #15. To be honest, I don't think any of us that completed a DIY PWC rack actually had any intentions of using the tubing for storing gas. It's not safe. A few weeks ago, my friend cracked his. That would have resulted in a fuel spill, not to mention it's illegal to store gasoline in a "storage device" not specifically designed and approved by the government (or so I've been told).

    I've attached some pix of mine. It works great & have tested the hell out it: Maiden voyage was a 145 mile loop w/at least 35 miles of extremely rough water. It was amazing the beating it took and the way I attached it to my skis was superb. It stayed so snug I didn't bother removing it at the end of the day and trailered it home still attached. If you need any suggestions or advice, let me know...
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    Joe
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    Thanks

    Gator Thanks for the reply.

    Speaking of that I have a rear mount cooler holder that I bought here last year that is meant for an XT I believe and I have an XP (J-Arms that grab under rub rail are too short), if anyone is interested, never used!

    What I was looking for in the original post is a "Place Holder for the original Air Intake next to the Gas Tank". Someone custom made one, unless I am imagining things........nevermind on that I do imagine alot of things!

    Anyway, I thought it was in one of the 4" Custom Intake threads, but I SCOURED them and can't find it. Can't search for just 'PVC' too short!

    Anyone running a 4" custom intake that remembers this?

    TIA - Joe

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    Joe
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    Found it!

    Err................Nevermind I found it.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...t=place+holder

    Half way down page.

    Thanks.

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