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TAKE GAS TANK OFF A 1993 HARLEY FATBOY - 1993 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat boy

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First take the trip meter reset knob off the speedometer. Then remove the center bolt or nut from the middle of the console just below the speedometer. Work the console cover off of the speedometer. Remove the seat. Remove the fuel line from the fuel petcock and drain as much fuel out of the tank as you can. Once you get as much fuel from the petcock, disconnect the "cross-over" fuel line at the front of the tank. Catch as much of the gasoline as possible.

Remove the two bolts at the Front of each tank and the one at the rear of the tank on top of the frame remove the tanks one at the time. There is a vent line that connects both tanks that crosses underneath the dash.

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