Originally Posted by Viesel
Does the tank bolt to the bottom of the floor? Mine had fallen out onto the road on the way home the day of purchase so I was unable to see how it was mounted. I just finished installing the new floor today and now I need to buy a tank and start the installation.
The tank sits on top of stryrofoam, which sits in a galvanized pan.
Our tank for your 68 is made with fiberglass, not plastic.
With a fiberglass tank, you can easily cut holes any where you wish, and simply glass the fittings in place.
With a plastic tank, you can easily cut holes in it too, but to fuse the fittings in place, you must do so with plastic welding or spin them in place at a very high speed of several thousand RPM, so the the friction of the two plastics cause it to rapidly heat and melt, which fuses the fittings in place, on the tank.