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TxGearhead wrote:

Supercharged111 wrote:

Because it's the strongest bladder that determines the stops, not the weakest.

Yeah you got a point but I can pull off on the shoulder, go around to the curb side, open both doors, and pee away with traffic whizzing by.


Stand at 45 degrees to the road facing forward. Hold onto your business with your left hand, point high and and far with your right hand, and position your head in the same direction as your right hand.

People driving past will look up and wonder what the heck you're pointing at.


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bob213 wrote:

"Quote"...Transfer Flow is the most expensive tank vendor. I'll pass.

Think there might be a reason for that? Check out what material the replacement tank you are looking at is made of before you decide.

Their website says they don't have one for my truck.


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TxGearhead wrote:

bob213 wrote:

"Quote"...Transfer Flow is the most expensive tank vendor. I'll pass.

Think there might be a reason for that? Check out what material the replacement tank you are looking at is made of before you decide.

Their website says they don't have one for my truck.


Just an "in bed" feed tank per transfer flow's site..


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^^Yeah that don't help me if I keep the Bigfoot. I'd probably go with a RDS in bed aux tank if I didn't have the cabover.

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bob213 wrote:

"Quote"...Transfer Flow is the most expensive tank vendor. I'll pass.

Think there might be a reason for that? Check out what material the replacement tank you are looking at is made of before you decide.

Transfer Flow is steel. That's the last thing I want. I'll take plastic, thank you.

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TxGearhead wrote:

bob213 wrote:

"Quote"...Transfer Flow is the most expensive tank vendor. I'll pass.

Think there might be a reason for that? Check out what material the replacement tank you are looking at is made of before you decide.

Transfer Flow is steel. That's the last thing I want. I'll take plastic, thank you.


Titan- $1,459.00
50 Gallon*, extra heavy duty cross-linked polyethylene fuel tank.
For model years 2013-2022.
For 2500 & 3500 Models with Cummins Engines. Tank fits standard and dual rear wheel models. Learn More

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Bedlam wrote:

My only question is whether you have sufficient payload to carry that additional fuel.


If 200lbs of extra weight is going to snap your axles, you are running in dangerous territory already.


Putting 10-ply tires on half ton trucks since aught-four.

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ford truck guy wrote:

TxGearhead wrote:

bob213 wrote:

"Quote"...Transfer Flow is the most expensive tank vendor. I'll pass.

Think there might be a reason for that? Check out what material the replacement tank you are looking at is made of before you decide.

Transfer Flow is steel. That's the last thing I want. I'll take plastic, thank you.


Titan- $1,459.00
50 Gallon*, extra heavy duty cross-linked polyethylene fuel tank.
For model years 2013-2022.
For 2500 & 3500 Models with Cummins Engines. Tank fits standard and dual rear wheel models. Learn More


S&B:
10-1007
60 GALLON REPLACEMENT FUEL TANK FOR 2013-2021 DODGE RAM CUMMINS 6.7L CREW CAB LONG BED
$1,349.00 USD

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I never heard of S&B fuel tanks..... They look to be very similar to Titan...... but 10 additional gallons

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I hadn't heard of them either. Mr. Google found them for me.
I'll probably pull the trigger on them when I see what our income tax situation is, or after the Richmond trip.

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