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1973-77.5 Ford Highboy Non-EFI Fuel Tank

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05/27/22 update: – All tanks are built to order and are currently running on a 4-6 week lead time.

Fat Fender Garage offers this built to order NON-EFI tank for your 1973-77.5 High-Boy. This tank includes a pick-up tube adapter, holds approx. 22 gallons and has a side pocket fill.  These are custom tanks and are made here in the US. 

Pick-up tube adapter and rollover safety valve are included. 


  • Tank Material:  1/8” 5052-H32 Aluminum
  • Tank Dimensions: 26.5” x 24” x 10” Taper to 6”
  • Approx. 22 Gallons
  • 2.25” Ribbed for Hose
  • 5/8” Ribbed for Hose Fill Vent
  • ½” NPT Tank Vent
  • 3/8" NPT With Pickup Tube
  • 3/8” NPT
  • Sending unit Flange
  • Baffles x3
  • Mount Tabs 3 x 3 x 3/16 Angle x2 places

Flush Bed Fill: Standard bed fill tank with cap. The standard bed fill tank will come with a threaded cap and neck as shown in the pictures which sticks up approx. 3” and sits just below the bed floor. This will require you to have a bed fuel door.

Fuel Level Sensor: We recommend one of three sending units to fit your needs; A 0-90 OHM fuel level sensor for aftermarket gauges, a 75-10 or 240-33 fuel level sensor if you are using stock gauges with our Coyote Swap tanks. 

Rollover Safety Vent: We also include the rollover safety vent, which is a simple ball check valve that allows air in and out of the tank as needed. In the event of a rollover, the ball will drop and block the vent port from leaking fuel. Additionally, it also has a small float inside that will help reduce the amount of liquid entering the vent hose from fuel slosh during normal everyday use.

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