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The tank was put back onto the frame with little trouble. Two holes were cut into the deck to allow the plumbing to pass through. The hole under the tank was widened to add clearance for the flange around the drain. Two of the four trim boards were nailed in place to help in setting the tank in it's proper place.
 
After the tank was set back on the frame, two more trim pieces were installed. One was the third tank trim peice and the other was the toolbox end trim. The fourth tank trim peice will be installed after the plumbing is back in place. Once in place, the installed trim peices were painted.
 

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Two holes were cut into the deck to allow the plumbing to pass through.

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The tank was lifted and carefully set back onto the frame. Picture by Brandon Crews.

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The tank has been set back onto the frame.

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Trim boards encircle the bottom of the tank and help hold the tank in place.

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Shinning brightly in the sun, the fire car is looking very nice.

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All photos Copyright 2003 by Martin Nemerever. Duplication prohibited without permission.