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MUSTANG LAREDO STYLE GAS TANKS

Mustang Laredo style steel gas tank as we have used it on our "Captain Larry". Tanks hold 3.1 Gallon (11.5L), are 17" (43cm) long, 11 1/2" (29cm) wide, have a 2" (5cm) wide low tunnel and a 3/8 NPT right center petcock opening, as well as rear left and right 1/4 NPT connections. Has universal brackets that makes it easy to mount it to almost any stock or custom frame. Like all Zodiac gas tanks these are made from heavy gauge steel. The Mustang Laredo style ribbed gas tank for example weighs in at 3.25kg (7.2 Lbs).


Specifications

Mustang Laredo style gas tanks with dished sides

Article number Description Retail price Add to list
012986 With right side bung for 1983-2017 screw-in style gas cap (style B) € 205,56
012987 With right side bung for cam lock style gas cap (style A) € 205,56
012988 With right side bung complete with chrome pop-up style gas cap (style G) € 277,92
012983 With center bung for 1983-2017 screw-in style gas cap (style B) € 212,14
012984 With center bung for cam lock style gas cap (style A) € 212,14
012985 With center bung complete with chrome pop-up style gas cap (style G) € 284,50

Mustang Laredo style ribbed gas tanks with dished sides

Article number Description Retail price Add to list
012980 With right side bung for 1983-2017 screw-in style gas cap (style B) € 222,01
012981 With right side bung for cam lock style gas cap (style A) € 222,01
012982 With right side bung complete with chrome pop-up style gas cap (style G) € 294,37

Recommended Retail Prices excluding sales tax.

Prices exclude shipping, import duties and installation.

GAS TANKS
The zinc-chromate primer finish on some of our tanks is provided for the protection of the tanks during shipment and storage. It is not recommended as a primer finish for paint applications without proper surface preparation. As with any fuel tank, particularly one where custom paint is to be applied, all tanks must be pressure tested, then cleaned with tank cleaner and sealed with tank sealer before painting, to protect the final finish and prevent internal rust during winter storage. Fuel capacity is measured with tank in upright position, angle of parked bike will determine actual capacity of the fuel tank.