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1990-1996, 1998 Ford F250 Fuel Tank - Rear - Dorman 576-121
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Part Number: 576-121
The fuel tank on your Ford F250 is a metal container where gasoline is stored. The fuel tank is located beneath the vehicle and keeps gas in storage until it is needed for the engine combustion process. Fuel tanks are made from sturdy metals, such as galvanized steel, so that they will resistant to corrosion and rust. The fuel tank is the site of volatile chemicals, so it is important to handle this component with care. If your fuel tank is damaged or punctures, be sure to replace it immediately with a quality Dorman fuel tank for the Ford F250 made from 1990-1998.
|Description: Ford F250 Rear Fuel Tank. Brand: Dorman. Fits Years: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96. Fuel Tank -- 18 Gallon Tank - 576-121|
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