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  • Ford lgt gas tank


    Mikey the Monkey
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    Looking for a rust free gas tank for an early '70s ford lgt. This would be the type of tank that would mount directly over engine. Painted blue. Made of steel



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    richmondred01

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    Model of the Kohler?

    The Ford lgt tractors were made by Jacobson, painted blue and labeled with Ford logo.

    I have two Jacobson tanks off of different hp Kohlers.

    I will send you photos via messenger.

    Edited by richmondred01
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    Wheelhorse Wes

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    The cub cadets used the same kind of square tank

    I know this because I used one on my wife’s lgt 100 I restored 

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    Stepney

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    I have a blue LGT tank in my shed off a 1974 LGT145. I'll have to look and see if it's clean. I have no idea why I even took it off. 

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    Mikey the Monkey

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    Because you knew someone might need it someday!

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