22 Gallon Fuel Tank Upgrade Kit, 1967-1968

DM-Part#:  70094 MFG-Part#:  226768A

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Custom Mustang 22 gallon fuel tank conversion increases the fuel tank capacity of your 1967-1968 Mustangs.
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Our gas tank upgrade allows you to install a 22 gallon gas tank into a 1967 or 1968 Mustang! This will give an extra 6 gallons of fuel capacity over the original tiny 16 gallon tank, which is almost 40% more fuel and range!The 1970 22 gallon Mustang tank fits right in the same space and even the mounting screw holes will line up perfectly. The only difference is the '70 tank sticks up a couple inches higher inside the trunk, but is still about flat with the trunk floor. The bottom half of the 70 tank is exactly the same, that's why the original sender is accurate for the last 3/4 of the tank and you can't tell any difference at all from looking at the car from the outside. Molded trunk mats may no longer fit properly when installing this 22-Gallon Fuel Tank Conversion Kit. Kit includes: 22 Gallon Gas tank Fuel Tank Sending Unit Custom Fuel Filler Pipe Fuel Tank Filler Hose Fuel Tank Mounting Hardware Kit Fuel Filler Pipe to Body Gasket Fuel Tank Filler Screws
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Additional Info
DM-Part# 70094
Truck Line No
Oversized No
Fits Model Year 1967, 1968
Fits Model Coupe, Convertible, Fastback
Install Time Coming Soon!
Install Difficulty N/A
Customer Reviews (1)
Cheap sending unit!
This is a fantastic upgrade, especially if you like to take trips and have a "thirsty" engine.

However, while it's great that you can do this upgrade with a one-stop-shopping kit, my one issue is with the included sending unit. It has to be the absolute cheapest part you could find. (The tipoff was the plain white box with no branding on it whatsoever.) Even though I was prepared for a lack of complete accuracy (as explained in the product description), it caused the fuel gauge needle to bob around like crazy. DMP offered to exchange it, but I didn't want to end up with another cheap-o. Once it started leaking, I decided to go ahead and spend the money for a better one, a Dorman unit from a regular parts place. After draining the tank and taking the bad one out (oh, and the pickup screen had come off, and was sitting in the bottom of the tank!), I laid the two side-by-side. No comparison in quality - every part of the Dorman one is better made. Haven't filled the tank up yet to check accuracy, but it can't be any worse than the one that came with the kit.
Review by David (Posted on 4/21/2018)
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