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Tail Light Fuel Filler – 67-72 GMC Chevy C10 Truck

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Our 1967-1972 Chevrolet/GMC C10 taillight fuel filler is the best gas filler relocation kit on the market. Also, it provides a clean, hidden alternative to putting the gas cap in the bed floor. This tail light fuel filler is the best custom solution to relocate the stock filler.

Our 1967-1972 Chevrolet/GMC C10 taillight fuel filler relocation kit features:

  • ★ CNC Laser Cut 18 Gauge Steel
  • ★ Pre-formed and Spot welded assembly
  • ★ High polished 1.5" Stainless steel LS engraved Fuel filler
  • ★ Soft roller bearing Stainless steel taillight hinge
  • ★ Laser cut taillight mounting holes.
  • ★ Stainless Steel Hardware

**Taillight fuel filler kits may not work with fuel nozzles which have vapour sealing device or pressure seals like in California.**

Please refer to photos for what is all included in the taillight fuel filler kit. It will come with the sides tacked in place as well as the double push magnet shown and polished fuel filler is 1.5" diameter.

*If you add on the LED taillights, or the Reverse Lights - they are sold as a pair and include a flasher*


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Our Taillight Fuel Filler is frequently bought with our fuel tank below!

Gas Fuel tank for 1963-1972 GMC Chevy C10 Trucks

Aluminum Fuel Tank – 67-72 GMC Chevy Truck


Also, if you are just looking for a fuel filler neck to install in a different location, check out our universal Fuel Filler!

Additional information

Weight 1.4 kg
Dimensions 24 × 24 × 8 cm
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Add LED Taillights

Add Taillights (2), No Taillights

Add Reverse Lights

Add Reverse Lights (2), No Reverse Lights

Add Gas Filler Delete

Add Gas Filler Delete, No Gas Filler Delete

Fuel Filler Neck

Standard Screw On Neck, Billet Easy Fill Neck

58 reviews for Tail Light Fuel Filler – 67-72 GMC Chevy C10 Truck

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  1. RG

    Good service

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  2. FP

    I made a couple of alterations. I had to cut approximately 3/16 off the top to make it fit under the backup light. I also epoxied a 3/32 strip of metal to the bottom of the door below the hinge and tapped it for the screw for the taillight. I also drilled a hole in the bottom to accommodate a rubber grommet for the wiring. The LED taillights required some filing and sanding to make them fit. The original lenses are slightly tapered which the LED’s are straight. It took a lot of finessing in order to get it to open and close like shown in the installation video but it still fits quite snug. I’m not sure if the taillights on my 72 blazer are slightly narrower and vertically shorter than the aftermarket truck the was used in the video. I like the concept but the installation didn’t go nearly as easy as in the video. Without having previous experience in fabrication and having all of the tools required, it may have posed a significant challenge. One more suggestion is to have a few more welds along the top portion as there were some fairly large gaps that I had to address.

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  3. SW

    Killer stuff!!

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  4. NG

    I am so excited to finally find this tail light fuel filter I bought two cuz 2 of the 3 I am restoring are getting a fuel tank relocation

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  5. NH
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