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Fuel Tank Strap, Sold individually - 30.5 in Length Strap, For V6 or V8 Eng.
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$22.26
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Notes : 30.5 in. length of strap 1; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPF670704-2
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$42.30
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Notes : 30.5 in. length of strap 1; Steel MaterialComponents : (2) Fuel Tank StrapsQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2 - 29 in. & 34 in. Length Strap, For 4WD Std Cab wth 24.5 Gal. Tank
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$19.28
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Notes : Fits 4WD vehicles only; 34.75 in. length of strap 1; 29 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit - Direct Fit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-032615-23-A
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$123.10
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Notes : 34.75 in. length of strap 1; 29 in. length of strap 2; With lock ring; Without seal(s) and filler neck; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : 4L3Z9002KAQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit - Direct Fit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-032615-27-A
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$129.62
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Notes : 34.75 in. length of strap 1; 29 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : F65Z9002PHQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2 - 27.25 in. & 31.75 in. Length Strap, For 2WD STD Cab w/ 24.5 Gal. Tank
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$22.26
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Notes : Fits 2WD vehicles only; 27.25 in. length of strap 1; 31.75 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit - Direct Fit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-032615-16-A
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$126.56
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Notes : 27.25 in. length of strap 1; 31.75 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : 4L3Z9002LAQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit - Direct Fit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-032615-24-A
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$117.25
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Notes : 27.25 in. length of strap 1; 31.75 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : F65Z9002FHQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 3 - For Wrangler CJ Series wth 15 Gal. Tank
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$29.06
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Notes : 28.25 in. length of strap 1; 19.5 in. length of strap 2 and strap 3; Fits 15 Gallon tanks; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Set of 3Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-021517-01-B
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$97.11
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Notes : 28.25 in. length of strap 1; 19.5 in. length of strap 2 and strap 3; Fits 15 Gallon tanks; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (3) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : J8128585Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-053117-08-B
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$87.80
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Components : (1) Fuel Tank, and (3) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : 83502960Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2 - 21.5 in. & 25.5 in. Length Strap, For Side Mount 19 Gal. Tank
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$29.65
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Notes : 21.5 in. length of strap 1; 25.5 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-012319-12-B
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$101.00
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Notes : 21.5 in. length of strap 1; 25.5 in. length of strap 2Components : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : E5TZ9002LQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Fuel Tank Strap and Fuel Tank Kit - Direct Fit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-032615-22-A
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$96.34
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Notes : 21.5 in. length of strap 1; 25.5 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialComponents : (1) Fuel Tank, and (2) Fuel Tank StrapsReplaces OE Number : F6TZ9002NQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fuel Tank Strap, Set of 2 - 35.25 in. & 26 in. Length Strap, For 20 Gal. Tank
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$28.12
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Notes : 35.25 in. length of strap 1; 26 in. length of strap 2; Steel MaterialQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Fuel Tank Strap Guides

Fuel Tank Strap Buyer's Guide

  • The fuel tank straps are metal brackets that secure a vehicle’s fuel tank in place.
  • The straps attach to the underbody of the vehicle using fuel tank strap bolts.
  • Each vehicle may come with two or three fuel tank straps, depending on make and model year.
  • These steel straps hold the fuel tank in the correct position against the vehicle chassis. Without these flexible straps, the fuel tank is likely to get jostled as you drive your vehicle at high speeds.
  • One of the most common signs that you may have a broken fuel tank strap is unusual squeaking and noises from where your fuel tank sits. As the vehicle moves, the loose strap may hit nearby parts or get dragged on the ground if a bolt gives out.
  • If your fuel tank strap has come loose because of debris or impact, it’s likely that surrounding components such as fuel lines got cracked and damaged as well. One of the telltale signs that you have a fuel system leak is if you can notice the smell of gasoline from inside the passenger cabin.
  • The cost to replace a damaged fuel tank strap will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. In general, OE replacement fuel tank straps will cost you in the range of $3 to $234.
  • These parts are at higher risk of getting damaged because of exposure to road debris, snow, and ice. These straps also use metal, which means they could suffer from corrosion damage and rust buildup. Road salt and other chemicals may also have a negative impact on these straps.
  • When choosing a fuel tank strap for your vehicle, it’s important to select a replacement part that is compatible with the size of your fuel tank and whether they are front or rear-mounted. You should also note the material of your fuel tank as some straps will not work with plastic tanks.

What is a fuel tank strap?

The fuel tank straps are metal brackets that secure a vehicle’s fuel tank in place. The straps attach to the underbody of the vehicle using fuel tank strap bolts. Each vehicle may come with two or three fuel tank straps, depending on make and model year. You may not think about these straps much, but they play an important role in keeping the fuel system working properly.

What are fuel tank straps for?

As their name suggests, these steel straps hold the fuel tank in the correct position against the vehicle chassis. Without these flexible straps, the fuel tank is likely to get jostled as you drive your vehicle at high speeds. An unsecured fuel tank becomes more likely to get damaged by kicked-up road debris such as rocks, branches, and hard ice.

What are the signs of a bad or failing fuel tank strap?

Here are some common symptoms that suggest you may need to have your fuel tank straps replaced.

Noises coming from underneath the vehicle

One of the most common signs that you may have a broken fuel tank strap is unusual squeaking and noises from where your fuel tank sits. As the vehicle moves, the loose strap may hit nearby parts or get dragged on the ground if a bolt gives out. If you notice any of these sounds while driving your vehicle, it’s a good idea to check your fuel tank straps.

Fuel odors or leak

If your fuel tank strap has come loose because of debris or impact, it’s likely that surrounding components such as fuel lines get cracked and damaged as well. One of the telltale signs that you have a fuel system leak is if you can notice the smell of gasoline from inside the passenger cabin. In some cases, you may even see a puddle forming underneath your vehicle.

If you suspect that your vehicle has a fuel leak, it’s highly recommended to enlist the help of a licensed mechanic immediately. Any leaks of this nature must get addressed immediately because it can become a fire hazard if ignored. Extended exposure to fuel odors may also impact your health and cause symptoms such as headaches and nausea.

How much do fuel tank straps cost?

The cost to replace a damaged fuel tank strap will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. In general, OE replacement fuel tank straps will cost you between $3 to $234. You may purchase a fuel tank strap individually, in sets of two to three, or as part of a kit. Keep in mind that some models come with a pair of straps, while others require three fuel tank straps.

What happens if fuel tank straps break?

The fuel tank straps attach underneath the vehicle. This means these parts are at higher risk of getting damaged because of exposure to road debris, snow, and ice. These straps use metal, which means they could suffer from corrosion damage and rust buildup. Road salt and other chemicals may also have a negative impact on these straps. In older vehicles, the bolts holding the straps in place can become worn, damaged, or even go missing.

When these brackets are loose or damaged, it’s likely to cause problems on surrounding components such as the fuel lines and pump. It can even lead to the fuel tank getting damaged, causing a leak in the fuel system and increasing the risk of fuel contamination.

Finding the right fit

When choosing a fuel tank strap for your vehicle, it’s important to select a replacement part that is compatible with the size of your fuel tank and whether it is front, side, or rear-mounted. You should also take note of the material of your fuel tank as some straps do not work with plastic tanks.

At CarParts.com, you’ll find a wide selection of fuel tank straps for a variety of makes and model years. You can rest assured that every single item in our catalog got tested and checked for quality by industry professionals. To start your search today, simply plug your vehicle information into our website’s built-in filters to narrow down the results to all compatible direct-fit and universal fuel tank straps.
 

Choose the Right Strap for your Car

Your car's gas tank contains the fuel needed for your engine to work. It also holds a dangerous, flammable material wherever you go. The only things that hold the tank in place are fuel tank straps. You might not recognize them quickly, but these things are very costly when disregarded, these were actually recalled by an American automotive manufacturer for replacement. You don't have to wait for that time to come, here are tips you can check when you want to replace your fuel tank straps.

How will I know which one's right for my car?

It is best to check out and measure what's on your car first. Since fuel tank sizes vary, the same go with the fuel tank straps. Another thing you should consider is the number of straps. Most cars have two, but you can expect three or more when the vehicle is larger. Still, some straps come in different measures; be aware of that as well.

Are these fuel tank straps easy on the pocket?

Some fuel tank straps sold individually are around $20, but if you need a pair, you can find the lowest price at 22. $These fuel tank straps don't go that high on the table, the most it can reach is $80, so if you want to go for affordability with quantity, between $40-$50 isn't bad at all.

Will these straps come with a warranty?

For a safer choice, always look for trusted names in the market. They offer 1-year to 5-year warranties for this particular part. You'll have the quality and the value that you deserve.

Can I replace fuel tank straps myself?

When you decide to purchase your fuel tank straps, it will come with its own hardware?nuts, bolts, washers. These, and your tools at home, are the only things you need to replace your straps.

Replace Your Fuel Tank in a Faster and Safer Way

Everyone takes caution when a car's gas tank is involved. Whether at a pumping station, or in your garage, extra safety must be observed. It's that split second of pure explosiveness contained in the tank which makes it something to watch out. In this step-by-step guide, you'll learn how to remove and replace the fuel tank strap?the support for the tank.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Tools you need:

  • Ratchet
  • Floor Jack
  • Jack stands
  • Pliers

Safety Tip: Wear safety equipment like eye wear, gloves, and appropriate work attire before you begin. Keep in mind that you are going under the car and working close to a flammable liquid.

Step 1: Park your car on a flat surface, and engage the parking brake.

Step 2: Jack the rear part of the car until you have good space to work underneath it.

Step 3: Place the Jack stand underneath the car's solid frame.

Step 4:Locate the fuel tank and you will also see the fuel tank straps.

Step 5: Position another jack stand underneath the fuel tank as a precaution.

Step 6: Use your ratchet to unbolt one gas strap, pull the strap away, and do the same for the other.

Step 7: Attach the new fuel tank straps by bolting them on the same position as the previous ones.

Step 8: Jack the car once again and disengage the jack stands.

The entire process would take roughly 20-30 minutes to complete. To prevent any accident from happening while performing this replacement, here are some things to remember:

  • Use the right tools and use them properly. DO NOT hit the fuel strap with a hammer or any tool that may cause friction with the gas tank.
  • DO NOT smoke while you're under the car and working on the replacement.
  • Make sure the fuel tank is supported properly when you have removed the tank straps.

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