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Anybody know specifically if our Mini Max fuel neck/tank has a rollover valve that would also deter siphoning?

Getting a bit concerned regarding the fuel increase and gas crooks

Tried a search and found nothing regarding an actual part matching this description, only fuel necks

I did get locking cap which may keep the honest folks honest and figure the more obstacles I have the better
 

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Anybody know specifically if our Mini Max fuel neck/tank has a rollover valve that would also deter siphoning?

Getting a bit concerned regarding the fuel increase and gas crooks

Tried a search and found nothing regarding an actual part matching this description, only fuel necks

I did get locking cap which may keep the honest folks honest and figure the more obstacles I have the better

We're safe on that one, below is the stock inlet. When I swapped out my tank for the 36 gallon Titan tank I took the pic.



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SFLTruck, Does the Titan have a similar anti-siphon fitting? Or, do you swap it from the stock tank?
 

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Anybody know specifically if our Mini Max fuel neck/tank has a rollover valve that would also deter siphoning?

Getting a bit concerned regarding the fuel increase and gas crooks

Tried a search and found nothing regarding an actual part matching this description, only fuel necks

I did get locking cap which may keep the honest folks honest and figure the more obstacles I have the better
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where did you get the locking cap???

I been looking for a locking fuel cap since I bought the truck. In Canada fuel is a lot more expensive than in the USA.
people can also use diesel fuel in there oil furnace so a locking cap is a must.
And it’s not just people stealing fuel. I want to know if anyone has been trying to get fuel.
If I had a locking fuel cap and it was damaged or missing I would know not to run the truck until the tank was flushed. Sand or sugar could do a lot of damage. So it’s not just stealing your fuel.
kids around here will walk down the street and slash tires for something to do……

Back in 82 I bought a new Firebird and someone put sugar in the tank…..
 

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