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Capt Jim

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what happened, a big nasty rock?, or the brackets broke and it wore a hole in the bottom.  I'm assuming the low point is where YOU have 2 fuel outlet ports and it's dented, real bad or very thin.

Talk to Brandon at JoynerUSA.com, the only place to get a new one that I know of, or pull it and take to some who does aluminum welding, have new, better mounting brackets put on while you're at it.

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