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gemarsh

Simple little mod...Fuel cap

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For those of you that don't want to scratch your paint and can't find anything magnetic besides your painted box when fueling...

 

10-24x1/4" Phillips flathead machine screw and nut along with a 1/4" flat washer...

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29 minutes ago, Dinoshavbabies said:

I'm not familiar, wondering why you would have a cap on a capless system?

To keep dirt, debris out of the "well" GM created in the fill necks design? 

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4 hours ago, Dinoshavbabies said:

I'm not familiar, wondering why you would have a cap on a capless system?

I am wondering why GM would install a cap less system on a truck????. I miss the “click” of making sure it is sealed off. 

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On 1/21/2021 at 1:48 PM, gemarsh said:

For those of you that don't want to scratch your paint and can't find anything magnetic besides your painted box when fueling...

 

10-24x1/4" Phillips flathead machine screw and nut along with a 1/4" flat washer...

20210121_124919.jpg

20210121_125140.jpg

Great idea. Where did you get the cap if you don't mind me asking?

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