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Need info on 4320 fuel tank! Thanks

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06-25-2020 19:33:05

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Neighbor has leaking fuel tank on 4320.Do they make replacement tanks.Thanks

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06-27-2020 10:34:18

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 Re: Need info on 4320 fuel tank! Thanks in reply to larryanderson, 06-25-2020 19:33:05  
I can't believe Mother Deere isn't selling brand new fuel tanks for tractors that new. 30 years ago a large, well, maybe huge fabrication shop would get TWO 45 ft semi-trailers of tooling and a big stack of purchase orders for the parts the tooling in the trailers made. First time they ever saw the tooling, or the part, the blue prints were in the envelope with the PO's. Price on the PO was whatever Deere's cost system still had from when they last made the parts however long ago that might have been. Company is still in business, 304 employees per their website.

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06-26-2020 21:08:45

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 Re: Need info on 4320 fuel tank! Thanks in reply to larryanderson, 06-25-2020 19:33:05  
My recommendation is to weld it if you can't find 1. I had a 4430 tank crack at the bottom. Our local blacksmith welded it, ground down the bead and shot a little green paint on it. It has never leaked again and you can't see the weld unless you know where it is.

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06-26-2020 06:23:56

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 Re: Need info on 4320 fuel tank! Thanks in reply to larryanderson, 06-25-2020 19:33:05  
I have welded a new piece of steel on the bottom .

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Cliff Nelson

06-26-2020 04:50:34

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 Re: Need info on 4320 fuel tank! Thanks in reply to larryanderson, 06-25-2020 19:33:05  
Not that I am aware of. Last one that was really bad we found a good used one. Have had them repaired if just a small bad area.

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