Fuel Your Desires

Transfer Flow Inc. has introduced a 48-gallon midship replacement fuel tank system for 1999
and 2000 Ford 2WD and 4WD crew cabs and extended-cab pickups with 6-foot beds. This system
replaces the stock 29-gallon fuel tank, and is available for both diesel and gas (non-OBD
II) vehicles. The 48-gallon fuel tank is made from 12-gauge aluminized steel for superior
rust resistance and strength, and is powder-coated black for long-lasting good looks. The
fuel system comes with all parts needed for installation, including straps and mounting
hardware, and the stock in-tank sending unit is re-used with the new tank. For more
information, contact: Transfer Flow Inc., Dept. TL, 1444 Fortress Street, Chico, California
95973; (800) 442-0056; www.transferflow.com.

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  1. Leopard geckos conant climb up smooth surfaces like thier relatives can as they lack the sticky toes.Glass is very good as it holds the heat in better and you won’t have to worry about their toenails getting caught like they would in a screen cage. Also, the insects you feed your leopard gecko will not be able to climb the glass since it is too slippery for them too, so you wont have to worry about all the frightenend crickets hanging out up at the top corner of your cage away from the lizard. Keep in mind that Leopard geckos do not typically drink from a water dish so you need to mist their cage since they drink the water droplets off the sides of the cage. If you had a fully screened cage, the water would get everywhere!

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