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Old June 3rd, 2014, 07:14 PM
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109 rear fuel tank filler assembly

I trying to source a 109 rear fuel tank filler assembly. I understand a 110 Hi-Cap also fits the bill.

Anybody have any ideas?
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Old June 3rd, 2014, 07:19 PM
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Are you looking for the sheetmetal cutout, the piping, or both.

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Mainly just the sheet metal cut out, but I would take both

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So anybody have any thoughts on this for me?
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I have added them using the Hi-cap insert if you don't mind plastic.
You just cut a piece of cardboard the correct shape so the plastic insert fits, place the cardboard over the side of the body panel chosen, draw the shape, and cut it out.

It looks factory because it is.

I looked at going the sheet metal route and it would require body work, painting, after pop riveting or welding because if you mount it on the inside you have the outside panel edge to deal with and if you mount it outside there is the step where the insert ends and the body panel begins...
Considering all this, I used the Hi-cap setup.
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I have added them using the Hi-cap insert if you don't mind plastic. You just cut a piece of cardboard the correct shape so the plastic insert fits, place the cardboard over the side of the body panel chosen, draw the shape, and cut it out. It looks factory because it is. I looked at going the sheet metal route and it would require body work, painting, after pop riveting or welding because if you mount it on the inside you have the outside panel edge to deal with and if you mount it outside there is the step where the insert ends and the body panel begins... Considering all this, I used the Hi-cap setup.
Where did you get the Hicap one I have not found a source?
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Where did you get the Hicap one I have not found a source?
Rovers North.
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Rovers North.
I have been on with RN and they can find no listing for such a part, any idea what year and engine that filler would be from or better yet a part number?
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Here's more...

Jeff is correct on the part numbers:
Hard to see item number 7 in the parts drawing.
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