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Gas tank strap #1298047 Fri Feb 08 2019 05:13 PM
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aggie jon Offline OP
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Needing 1 in-cab gas tank strap for a 1949 truck. PO decided it was easier to cut the strap than deal with the seized bolt I guess. Bracket is fine, just needing the strap. Shipped to 76501

Re: Gas tank strap [Re: aggie jon] #1298174 Sat Feb 09 2019 02:34 PM
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8man Offline
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I have both in a 54 if they will work. Let me know.

Robert '75


1954 cab, 53 front end and bed, 48 doors, with power to be determined
Re: Gas tank strap [Re: aggie jon] #1298535 Mon Feb 11 2019 06:57 PM
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8man Offline
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Hey Ag,

I have these in Bryan - [img]https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7817/47011678932_5497418810_c.jpg[/img]IMG_2205 by Robert Moorman, on Flickr

Send me a PM if you want to discuss them.

Robert '75

Last edited by 8man; Mon Feb 11 2019 06:58 PM.

1954 cab, 53 front end and bed, 48 doors, with power to be determined
Re: Gas tank strap [Re: 8man] #1298687 Tue Feb 12 2019 08:03 PM
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aggie jon Offline OP
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Originally Posted by 8man
Hey Ag,

I have these in Bryan - [img]https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7817/47011678932_5497418810_c.jpg[/img]IMG_2205 by Robert Moorman, on Flickr

Send me a PM if you want to discuss them.

Robert '75


I'll send you a pm shortly.

I did however find something yesterday when I was at Home Depot looking for something else. They had a box of tie down straps for trailer houses. one end has a riveted loop with a piece of metal on the end. I've determined that the metal on the end could be cut leaving a perfect hoop for the rear attachment and then would just need to cut to length and install the mounting bolt with screws or rivets. I may give it a try. Would be a helpful work-around for guys just needing the straps, and not the brackets. And cheap! It was under $5!

Gig 'em!


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