NOTE: TANKS WILL HAVE SOME SCUFF MARKS ON THE PAINT, MAY NEED TO BUFF OUT OR REPAINT. Side Bracket for custom emblem attaching.
This is a universal gas tank that we found to be perfect for our Trailmaster MB200-2 Mini Bike! It can be quite hard to find the right size gas tank for these mini bikes but look no further! The height, width, and length of this tank work with the MB200-2 however it is not a direct swap for the factory dummy tank and WILL NOT bolt right up! Modification is required and no mounting hardware is included. This tank does come with the fuel cap and petcock (manual shutoff with reserve) for 3/16" fuel line. Tank is painted black,
- Tank capacity: 1.6 gallons (6 liters)
- Threaded fuel outlet: 14mm
- Material: Steel
- Length: 16.75"
- Width: 8"
- Height: 7"
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Easy to install.
Great vid! I have done all my electric on my mb-200 and stage 1 kit and it is great! Thank you guys for all the great parts you provide! Just a question though... you drilled in the frame for the front of the fuel tank and showed rubber grommets? Can you advise where to purchase these due to it doesn't come with your fuel tank? Or do you have them on your webpage? Thanks again! Keep crushing it!!
Received my tank very quickly. Looks great out of the box. Nice black paint job with no blemishes. Appears to fit nicely on my MB-200. I am new to the mini bike world and could use some tips on installation. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
Tank was delivered to the wrong address thankfully there are honest people that returned it to me that was my only issue
Had to modify frame to make it work
Tank is nice! Just beware that if your looking to put on a Coleman mini bike, it will take a good amount of modification. The tank is a bit long, and if seats arent pushed back will interfere with turning radius. Also the tank doesn't drop right onto the frame. I have both the thick frame and the thin frame Coleman's and neither allow the tank to fit. Better chance of getting the tank onto the thin frame with some heating bending and reinforcing. Otherwise you have to cut into the tank and re-weld, and potentially lose some capacity. Haven't started install yet, still pondering best approach. I think for MB200 it will be less of a problem because of frame design differences. Will get it to fit eventually!
The tank is a perfect fit to the MB200.
How did y’all install your tanks?
This tank fits my MB 200 perfectly.
You have to fabricate a little on what ever bike but great looking tank and the capacity is great I would like to know what logo is supposed to go on both sides