it holds about 10.5 us gallons of gas
10 gallon fuel tank on '67 T1 (bug)
It holds 10 gallons.
the fuel tank sits in the front as the engine is in the back. if you open your bonnet there should be the fuel cap where you fuel the bug on a 65, as later years they were moved outside. there are four bolts in the corners of the tank once you have removed all the carpets ontop of it. they are size 13 metric. the fuel line sits underneath the tank so once you lift the tank up, i would sudgest it should be empty, you can remove the fuel line. there is no fuel pump to worry about as it is a machanical fuel pump mounted on the engine
5mm. Any car parts place has this, but be sure you get fuel hose not vacuum hose.
By "fuel screen" do you mean the one in the tank, or the one in the engine compartment? There are a couple ways to deal with replacing the one in the engine compartment. A lot of guys recommend replacing both the hoses, plus the filter itself, with one long piece of hose running between the metal fuel line and the carb. These cheap filters have caused a lot of engine fires. If you insist on having one, put it at the front of the car, right where the fuel line comes out of the tank. To replace the one in the tank you start by emptying the tank.
Dune Bug - 1969 was released on: USA: 29 October 1969
Dune Bug - 1969 is rated/received certificates of: USA:G (certificate no. 22314)
do you mean the Big Blue Bug in Providence, because if you do, that is the name of it-the big blue bug
No,fuel filters come stock on a bug.
length of 1969 vw bug