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Old 04-12-2012, 08:43 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Bobicon View Post
Hey thanks everyone for the pics and info . I spoke with the head tech at the dealer and he said the tank was basically pinched in between the two cross members. The rear is adjustable and he speculated that it was not installed forward enough to hold the tank in place. He says there are no screws attached to the subfloor. He said I could bring it down 100 miles for them to look at or move the brace myself to secure the tank in. I think I will try and take it apart this weekend.
I'm glad you have found some answers to your issue...that is exactly what is going on. Hopefully your tank will be elastic enough to regain it's original form and be good as new.

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