1967-1971 Jeep® Commando 14 gallon, polyethylene, "rear fill” tank*. Fuel pickup tube comes installed on the top of the tank. Requires in-line fuel filter. Includes new 5-piece strap kit, sending unit gasket and vent pipe. Dimensions 22″ x 20″ x 9″. Made in the USA. Note: If you replacing your fuel tank and vent hose we recommend converting to a side fill, call for details. 0010C. Free Shipping Fits:
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Parts fit as designed
I will let you know when the jeepster is finished.
I have not received the firewall pad yet
Perfect replacement part. Just what I needed to get the front parking lights working.
Was able to get a disc brake conversion kit for my 1949 Jeepster. Couldn’t find it ANYWHERE else! Really appreciate the fine folks at “The JeepsterMan”…they’ve been very helpful!
Fantastic product. So far all parts I have purchased from JeepsterMan Have been excellent. As a 30plus year certified Master Tech I appreciate vendors that provide this kind of service.
I still haven't installed the rebuilt carburetor for my Jeepster Convertible, but will this weekend. These folks were so cooperative and returned it, as I requested via UPS since our postal service destroys everything. They told me it would take two weeks, and it was done in two weeks. It was returned safely and well-packaged. They are honest and kind and I cannot recommend them more highly.
The Rev. Dale L. Cranston
Makes the glove door open easily.
Very fast response to questions regarding upgrading my brakes. Also fast turnaround on parts. I’d recommend this company to anyone who’s looking for jeep parts.
right part, good price. just put it on and drove away. wish every business was this good.
The hat was great
Top quality universal joints at a Great price. Less than any local auto store.
easy transaction and fast delivery
Well packaged and fast shipping. Great seller!
Almost fit perfectly into my ‘68 commando. The straps needed to stretch a bit far to be installed but I got it into my car without modification and my jeep is back on the road. Thanks Jeepsterman!