Your Safari Tank can take a lot of punishment, but a little care from time to time will keep it looking good.

 

 

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Only use a fuel-approved hose if you need to replace the fuel line – available from auto-parts stores. Check your fuel lines regularly and replace them if they become perished.

While we try to ensure our Safari Tanks are free of manufacturing trimmings when they leave the factory, shipping restraints mean that we can’t physically flush the tanks before delivery.

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This depends on your fuel source. Generally, if you’re buying fuel from a high-turnover outlet the fuel will be clean, but often people using our tanks are sourcing fuel from less reliable places.

 

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One of our customers, Gavin, in the workshop, fitted a DR650 Safari tank to his bike. Gavin had a Corbin seat with him, so we now have the low-down on whether or not they fit with our 30-litre tank.

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