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Thread: Perentie FFR how to have locked fuel cap?

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    At GM-H in the 60's - 70's we had an option for Govt. orders of an anti-theft fuel spring. A spiral spring fitted in the filler neck so badmashes could not get a hose down the neck. Most state govt, shire council, Qango tenders for vehicles specified one to be fitted. You can probably get one from UES or similar suppliers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    My place is pretty secure mate - if you left it there no one would steal the diesel...
    Unfortunately mine spends about 70% of its life in urvan environment at the moment, where the pressure of running off with someone else's things seems to be greater.
    Scratching my teenage itch now that I'm in my midlife crisis...
    '87 110 County 4BD1+T+LP (Godzilla)
    '88 110 Perentie Cargo 4BD1+T+LP (Thing1)
    '91 110 Perentie Cargo 4BD1+T+LP (Thing2)

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    That's a good idea cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbjorn View Post
    At GM-H in the 60's - 70's we had an option for Govt. orders of an anti-theft fuel spring. A spiral spring fitted in the filler neck so badmashes could not get a hose down the neck. Most state govt, shire council, Qango tenders for vehicles specified one to be fitted. You can probably get one from UES or similar suppliers.
    Frankly my main concern is not the theft of fuel from the tank but the contamination of the fuel.

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