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I have tried searching but I seem to find mixed reviews on whether or not I need to remove rad fan. I found a brand new 2004 blue e model tank never installed for 125 $

I would like to dye it black and put it on my 2012 400 s.

I do not want to lose my fan. So is it possible to fit this 2004 e model ims 4 gallon on my s model without removing or relocating the fan? Thanks for the help.

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Call IMS.  As far as I know IMS makes only 1, 4 gal tank and it fits E, S, and SM.  It has universal mounting for the different E and S/SM style tank mounting points.

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when I bought my 2009 sm it came with the ims 4gal tank. It still has the fan .Sorry cant help you with the e model.

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when I bought my 2009 sm it came with the ims 4gal tank. It still has the fan .Sorry cant help you with the e model.

I called ims all same tank for 4 gallon. If your sm still had fan. My s should be able to keep fan. Thanks for your help.

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What makes you think it can be dyed?  It is polyethylene, not nylon.

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you better be happy with the current color because I highly doubt you can dye it. Polyethelyne, doesn't take paint or stcikers very well. I doubt if there is a dye that will penetrate..

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