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Old November 30th, 2009, 12:37 AM
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Fuel filler cowl

Looking for a fuel filler cowl ( the inset part) from either a regular defender or a HCPU (MTC3569).

I need to cut a hole and add one but I would like to keep it Land Rover.

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I have one that is from a series. It is very similar to defender but has a little bigger filler hole. I have the associated filler neck for it too. Are you looking to put a gas tank under the passenger's seat?
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