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Fishhunter

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Posted: 06/30/22 08:43am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

108 gallon aux tank and 50 gallon OEM gives me plenty fuel to get from Washington to alaska without a fuel stop running bobtail. Truck is 3500 dually. Only hurts when I fill up.


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Cummins12V98

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Posted: 06/30/22 08:49am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You already have the GOOD hitch now get the GOOD tool box and a TITAN replacement tank.

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Posted: 07/01/22 06:37pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Good lord. Are you actually recommending something outside your yellow 5 gallon can?!?

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Bionic Man wrote:

Good lord. Are you actually recommending something outside your yellow 5 gallon can?!?


Now that you mentioned it.......

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msmith1.wa

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Posted: 07/02/22 09:24pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also have an RDS 60 gallon. Has only been in the truck about 2 months. Other than testing it to make sure the fuel transfers one time. I have yet to go on a trip with it.


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I have an Enduraplas 26 gallon tank. No installation required.
Gives me that extra amount to get there without stopping.
I don't need to travel 1000 miles on one tank.
An Extra 26 gallons plus my OEM give s me control of my fuel stops.


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Posted: 07/04/22 06:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a 50 gallon aux tank plus the OEM 36 gallon tank on our Dodge 3500 dually.
One thing all that fuel capacity provides is the ability to bypass states with high gas/diesel taxes.


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Cptnvideo wrote:

We have a 50 gallon aux tank plus the OEM 36 gallon tank on our Dodge 3500 dually.
One thing all that fuel capacity provides is the ability to bypass states with high gas/diesel taxes.


Are you 100% sure your fuel tank is 35 gallons?

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Cptnvideo wrote:

We have a 50 gallon aux tank plus the OEM 36 gallon tank on our Dodge 3500 dually.
One thing all that fuel capacity provides is the ability to bypass states with high gas/diesel taxes.


Are you 100% sure your fuel tank is 35 gallons?


I'm sure it's not 35 gallons. I typed 36 but it might be 32. It's one of those numbers that is not that important to me.

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Posted: 07/05/22 09:49am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

While I am not a Ram guy, I'm pretty sure your Dodge is in fact a Ram?? Not important either, but just sayin. [emoticon]

My Ford has a 35 gal tank, and I am absolutely sure of that!

Jerry





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