This is a discussion on tank removal within the Grizzly Tech Tips forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; Hey all,
I want to take my gas tank off to make sure it's clean so I don't have to take my carb out and ...
I want to take my gas tank off to make sure it's clean so I don't have to take my carb out and clean it agian. I'm wondering if I have to remove the whole front clip/fender assembly. I have the carb out but the tank is still in pace. I have not looked all that closely, but I thought I would check with everyone before I get into it.
2000 Grizz 600
2000 Grizz. 600
ice fishing work horse
i took off the tank on my cousins 2004 bruin 350 [same as the current grizz 350s] on time to drain some bad gas and all i had to do was take off 4 bolts 2 next to where the instrument lights are and 2 on either side of the body about where your knees would be when riding the quad and then the body pulls off and the reserve valve's knob had to come off and then 2 more bolts on the fuel tank it self and i had to cut some zip ties holding on this black rubber theat i guess seperates the fuel tank from the engine and then it pulled right off, i cant be sur4e but i would guess your quad is similar to this
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