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25 Gallon Gas Tank from GenRight Off Road

This is the New 25 Gallon GenRight Crawler™ Gas Tank to fit a Jeep JK (2007 - Current). It is specifically designed to REMOVE the factory tank from under the middle of the vehicle so you can run true Rock Crawling triangulated 4 link rear suspension (yes, no trac bar!).

This tank follows in a line of innovative and trail proven, top quality gas tanks produced by GenRight.

The tank assembly is relocated to the rear muffler area and mounts in a way that still works with your factory gas filler. It even re-uses your factory fuel pump module so can work with all your factory emissions equipment so you won't get any check engine light or have computer issues.





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Uses an Aeromotive Fuel Pump (available separately):


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And don't forget to use code GRCHRISH to save 10% on your order. Exclusions apply.

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Do those fit the 2 door or only the JKU? or both?
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Do those fit the 2 door or only the JKU? or both?
JKU.

We have 3 tanks designed specifically for the 2 doors. You can find them here:

http://www.genright.com/Jeep-JK-2-Do...7-Present.aspx

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The cad dwg makes it look like you have to remove either the axle or tank to service the diff.
Or does suspension droop usually give clearance?
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The cad dwg makes it look like you have to remove either the axle or tank to service the diff.
Or does suspension droop usually give clearance?
That drawing is at full stuff.

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This is high up on my to buy list. How much room is there to move the axle back? I'm sitting about 2 inches back right now. Also, do you know if this works with the EVO bolt on coil over kit?
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The picture with the D44 at full stuff looks tight.

Is there enough room for a D60 (Mopar UD60)?
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So this is a complicated question…
Only because so many lift kits bolt on a rear trac bar extension and/or reshaped trac bars that stick back toward the gas tank!

That being said, if you are doing a 4 link, then yes you could move the rear axle back.

Here is a measurement you can use with any axle: 20” from the inside of the rear cross member to the diff cover.

That will allow a ½” of clearance between the diff cover and tank skid plate.

Photobucket is doing maintenance. Pics will have to wait. Dangit.

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Any pics of inside the jeep where is comes thru the floor? It says to remove the storage area. Im guessing that leaves a hole in the tub? If so, Did you guys fab something to seal it up from the outside elements?

If you have relocated your evap can above the axle will this tank still fit?

Out of curiosity how much lower/higher does this tank sit compared to a TJ/LJ with skid?

I see 6 tabs for mounting the tank. Is it mounted with nut/bolts or self tappers?
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So this is a complicated question…
Only because so many lift kits bolt on a rear trac bar extension and/or reshaped trac bars that stick back toward the gas tank!

That being said, if you are doing a 4 link, then yes you could move the rear axle back.

Here is a measurement you can use with any axle: 20” from the inside of the rear cross member to the diff cover.

That will allow a ½” of clearance between the diff cover and tank skid plate.

Photobucket is doing maintenance. Pics will have to wait. Dangit.
Thanks does get me started. It's not that i want to move the axle back, was just curious about fitment.

I think you guys are going to force to go all the way and 4 link the rear.

Also, any idea if the Evo bolt on coil over setup will work with the tank?

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Any pics of inside the jeep where is comes thru the floor? It says to remove the storage area. Im guessing that leaves a hole in the tub? If so, Did you guys fab something to seal it up from the outside elements?

If you have relocated your evap can above the axle will this tank still fit?

Out of curiosity how much lower/higher does this tank sit compared to a TJ/LJ with skid?

I see 6 tabs for mounting the tank. Is it mounted with nut/bolts or self tappers?
There's no fair way to "compare" how it sits compared to a TJ. How about I show you a pic of it installed on a JKU? http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ctid=GST8550-2 Click on "More Pictures" and you'll see a few of it installed in our Terremoto build. Photobucket is still down or I'd post them here for you.

And on the 20 Gallon Jk Tank page, you can see the evap canister and the floor plate: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ctid=GST8002-2 Once again, click on "More Pictures" I apologize.

It mounts with nuts/bolts.

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Thanks does get me started. It's not that i want to move the axle back, was just curious about fitment.

I think you guys are going to force to go all the way and 4 link the rear.

Also, any idea if the Evo bolt on coil over setup will work with the tank?
No offense, but we don't typically test our tanks with our competitor's parts.

We have our own suspension system for JKUs: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....uctid=GRCSKJK4


And if you're concerned about the added "depth" of the 25 gallon tank, we offer a 20 gallon tank for JKUs that sits higher.

Thanks for all the questions!!!

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No offense, but we don't typically test our tanks with our competitor's parts.

We have our own suspension system for JKUs: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....uctid=GRCSKJK4


And if you're concerned about the added "depth" of the 25 gallon tank, we offer a 20 gallon tank for JKUs that sits higher.

Thanks for all the questions!!!
No worries. Just curious. The complete setup + axles is a pretty big bill to take in one shot. Hoping a phased approach would work.

Thanks for all the updates and when i win the next billion dollar powerball i'll give you guys a call for the complete elite suspension system.
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No worries. Just curious. The complete setup + axles is a pretty big bill to take in one shot. Hoping a phased approach would work.

Thanks for all the updates and when i win the next billion dollar powerball i'll give you guys a call for the complete elite suspension system.
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In the process of installing this tank. I was told that I had to buy a new pump or extend my fuel pump to make it work correctly. You guys claim on the website and here that it uses my stock pump. I need this clarified so I can finish this install. I have ran into some bumps on installing the tank but they were issues do to the teraflex long arm and track bar they use. That is all worked out now. I bought the tank so I can do a double triangulated 4 link in the rear with a newer 14 bolt shaved. If it is true that I need to extend my fuel pump what materials would you use and how much longer does it need to be extended? Also would you be willing to do a few photos of that as well. Other then that this tank is a work of ART and wish everyone could see it. It fits snug and very clean. Welds a seamless!!

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New supplied floor plate with new access hole/plate to service fuel pump--Such a sweet design!!



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Rob,

Can you give us a call tomorrow? The guys on the desk should be able to answer all your questions.

On the in house builds we do, we typically replace the fuel pump with a Phantom from Aeromotive so I don't have any pics of relocating the stock pump, but I'm sure either Taylor or Andrew can help you!!

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I did work with Andrew. He was helpful but didn't have the info to extend the stock fuel pump he just recommended to extend it another 2". I just want to make sure I extend it correctly since it is my DD. Thanks for the quick response. I am doing soome research on this. Once I get it figured out I will post some pics and specs to help out the fellow jeepers.

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Are you guys going to get a carb sticker done up for these tanks? My Jeep has failed smog here in cali twice now do to the tank. I am taking it in the get it refereed and hope to god they pass it. I have taken it to 2 different smog shops and both failed it. This really needs to be addressed. I did call you guys Thursday last week and talked with tyler. He had no answers for me and had to call me back. When he called me back he said take it to a different shop (which I did and failed again do to the tank being aftermarket and no carb sticker) or to put my old tank back in. Well good thing I haven't install my new 14 bolt and double triangulated rear link I am building I would be screwed. I will let you guys know what the referee says on the 17th.

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Are you guys going to get a carb sticker done up for these tanks? My Jeep has failed smog here in cali twice now do to the tank. I am taking it in the get it refereed and hope to god they pass it. I have taken it to 2 different smog shops and both failed it. This really needs to be addressed. I did call you guys Thursday last week and talked with tyler. He had no answers for me and had to call me back. When he called me back he said take it to a different shop (which I did and failed again do to the tank being aftermarket and no carb sticker) or to put my old tank back in. Well good thing I haven't install my new 14 bolt and double triangulated rear link I am building I would be screwed. I will let you guys know what the referee says on the 17th.
I've been waiting for you to post this.... Pretty shitty!
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Are you guys going to get a carb sticker done up for these tanks? My Jeep has failed smog here in cali twice now do to the tank. I am taking it in the get it refereed and hope to god they pass it. I have taken it to 2 different smog shops and both failed it. This really needs to be addressed. I did call you guys Thursday last week and talked with tyler. He had no answers for me and had to call me back. When he called me back he said take it to a different shop (which I did and failed again do to the tank being aftermarket and no carb sticker) or to put my old tank back in. Well good thing I haven't install my new 14 bolt and double triangulated rear link I am building I would be screwed. I will let you guys know what the referee says on the 17th.
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I've been waiting for you to post this.... Pretty shitty!
Give us a call and ask to speak to Tony Pellegrino. He's the owner of GenRight and is awaiting your call.

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Already sent him a email. Will try and call in a little while.

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Already sent him a email. Will try and call in a little while.
Hi Robb,

I spoke with you and saw your tank when I was getting my Jeep aligned.

Were you ever able to get the stock pump to work and, more importantly, able to pass smog?

I've been considering one of these tanks but not if it won't pass smog.

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Pm me about it. I can go over the details with you.

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Give us a call and ask to speak to Tony Pellegrino. He's the owner of GenRight and is awaiting your call.
What is the status with Genright providing a CARB or Executive Order # so we can pass smog? The problem is passing the visual inspection. If you can find a shop that overlooks the visual, then passing smog should not be an issue.

I don't have to deal with smog until 2018, but I'm dreading the day should shop fail me based on the visual. Having to re-install the factory tank would be a major pain.

How much does it cost to get an executive order number? I don't understand why this has not been addressed.

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