With the advancements of technology, more manufacturers are turning to plastic, or polyethylene gas tanks in their vehicles. Learn more about the difference between .
Call me crazy but I was walking around the local Walmart last night after work and decided to purchase (2) gas tanks for $3.12 apiece + tax. The adjacent gas station still had gas posted at $2.59 a gallon which was suprisingly low for the area.
If you own a Jeep, you probably like to use and abuse it. Whether it’s getting stuck in the mud, climbing rocks or cruising with the top off, parts are prone to wearing out. Our Jeep polyethylene replacement gas tanks are built to withstand the abuse of everyday and weekend adventures. Don’t let a leaking tank or rusting hardware spoil your fun!
First you have to buy a tank. As my friend and I looked, we found that new gas tanks are super expensive. A new 250-gallon tank was over $1200. We found one on a local online classified. I found a couple on craigslist but they were not in good shape. The one we got was a 500-gallon used methanol tank. It cost him $550 and was in really good shape.