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What!! is that not your truck from Texas? Box broken?

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No, that's the '99 - picture is from 2006 when that one craterd on me. The pump in the Texas Truck crapped out last year right at Haloween when it was super cold! Didn't have clearance in the Garage for the lift though so just kept blocking it until it was high enough to move back. Seems easier to me than dealing with 150 L of gas and laying under trying to undo gas tank and twist it around. The actual installation of the pump is a breeze this way

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