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    JD D110 gas tank problems

    Found that my gas tank is loose and floating around under the seat. Haven't had a chance to look into the problem yet but was wondering what is suppose to hold the gas tank in position??
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    I would need the serial number to verify the exact configuration but I believe the D110 fuel tank is suspended on pivots with a spring. As the tank rocks back and forth with the weight of fuel it lifts a little fuel gauge lever. It sounds like either the tank slipped out of the pivot points or the springs have come loose.

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    Nothing is really holding the tank. #13 in the pic is a spring that attaches to the pivot. As long as those springs are there you are good.

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    Thanks, will look at it after work today to see if springs are broken or have come unhooked.
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    Springs still hooked up, everything looks ok, I just never noticed how much it moves, maybe because I have never let the gas tank get so empty.
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    Yup.. That's how the gas hand works. Tank tilts as it gets empty. Very shady operation.. Never accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerg View Post
    Springs still hooked up, everything looks ok, I just never noticed how much it moves, maybe because I have never let the gas tank get so empty.
    Yesterday I was just looking at D160/170 tractors in front of Lowes. Tried to move the fuel tank by the filler neck. It moves around quite easily. Liked the plastic sight window on my old L108 way better. However the actual gauge on the dash of my X540 puts both of them to shame.
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