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    Where to fit LPG filling point?

    Bringing Disco 1 up for new rego and I need to replace the very rusty rear bumper. I have a good s/h bar now but the filling point on the old original one is right over the top of the right side bumper light. In addition, I am uncertain how to remove the fitting from the old bar. Three questions:
    1 how is the old fitting removed without damaging it?
    2 is there a better place to fit the filler, understanding the existing flex line is fairly short and I will have to cut a hole in the new bar to take it.
    3 would it be advisable to pay a qualified mechanic for this job?
    cheers, Mickl

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    They are a pain in the rear bar. My P38A had it there but we moved it to have it co-located with the petrol filler. Yes, it will fit and there are brackets to allow that.
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    AMR manufacturing make a very neat filler for inside the petrol flap, comes as a kit with a compact petrol cap. Part number RF 27 LRD. You'll need a new longer filler hose so you'll need a LPG fitter to do this for you.

    https://amrgas.com/uploads/images/Ga...Filler-001.jpg



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    Quote Originally Posted by bee utey View Post
    AMR manufacturing make a very neat filler for inside the petrol flap, comes as a kit with a compact petrol cap. Part number RF 27 LRD. You'll need a new longer filler hose so you'll need a LPG fitter to do this for you.

    https://amrgas.com/uploads/images/Ga...Filler-001.jpg



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    thanks for the lead, I have just emailed for a price. Much appreciated. Mickl

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