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Old 02-21-2011, 03:20 PM   #3
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One of the places the Safari varies quite a bit is on the inside of the tank. They take advantage of the pockets the frame & such provide to add a little more fuel capacity here and there.. unlike the stock tanks which are smooth on the inside.

The hole you see is for the 990's fuel pump. If you have a 950, the tanks come with a block off plate to fill that hole.



Because of the amount of packaging involved, be sure and go through the box in detail. I actually called Craig and said "Hey I'm missing some stuff!" only to do a second look through all the packaging material and find it indeed was all present and accounted for (ooops )

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