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Fuel Tanks -Aftermarket - Larger Tank

Discussion in 'General Recreation' started by DuneMe, May 15, 2008.

  1. DuneMe

    DuneMe Republican

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    Who's got them?

    I put on 45-gallon Transferflow replacement tank. Love it (except when I have to fill-up.)

    I think it is one of the greatest upgrades for people that tow long trailers.

    Who else has them?

    Which do you have?
     
  2. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    I have a 60 gal in the ford...titan tanks...I love it
     
  3. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    how do you like the transfer flow? I am going to put the bed mount 50 gal in so I have 110 gals.....
     
  4. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    My trailer has a tool box 50 gal on it, I figured If I had all three tanks and I go to mexico, It'd last me a good while
     
  5. DuneMe

    DuneMe Republican

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    I'm real happy with the tank. I'm sure others would do well too.

    I wanted the replacement tank so I could keep all my bed.

    Down side is you really don't get a full 45 gallons but, I don't need that much. I just want to be able to get from one truck-stop to the next.
     
  6. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    I get a full 60 out of my repalcement from Titan....thats weird that you don't have a full 45
     
  7. blizzardplowman

    blizzardplowman Crowd Control Staff Member Moderator

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    66 gal titan on the dually, love it other than the fill ups....:( dang fuel $$
     
  8. Nor-Cal Nick

    Nor-Cal Nick Suspension Consultant

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    Livermore Ca.
    It's the next group of mod's for me.

    Nicktane
    Lift pumps
    Titan or Transfer flow ?? Not sure yet, we sell both. :mad2:




    Nor-Cal Nick
     
  9. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    I like the titan due to the fact that it saves a lot of weight over the transferflow...
     
  10. fast03

    fast03 Recruit

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    I have a 30 gallon transferflow. Good size. Up in the bed against the front. Even with a tollbox and the tank I still have 6 feet of bed to use.
     
  11. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    I need my 8ft bed, but I am seriously debating the 50 gal in bed so I can carry more fuel and fill up for less in mexico... so its a catch 22 ya know?
     
  12. BigBlueBurban

    BigBlueBurban Umm no...WAIT...yes

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    This is definitely up there on my list of to-dos.

    For you guys that have replacement tanks, do you notice any perceptible difference in ride height change on the driver's side full vs. empty? 55 gallons of diesel (CC SB) weighs a heck of a lot more than 26 gallons.
     
  13. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    no difference in ride height or anything...its centered enough of the frame I believe
     
  14. copter

    copter Toy Hauler

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    I'm happy with the Titan
     
  15. Coaster Chaser

    Coaster Chaser New Member

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    Have a 80 gall. RDS from Northern Tool for a total of 105 gallions or about 1.400 miles.
     
  16. docdray

    docdray Oompa Loompa

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    I love my 60 gal w/tool box. I have an electric nozzle, fills my tractors and when I'm haulin and fuel is high(er), or in the middle of nowhere, I have reserve to make it to the next town. Do not notice extra weight.
     
  17. Nor-Cal Nick

    Nor-Cal Nick Suspension Consultant

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    Has anyone heard about the Titan Tanks NEW“Super Series”.

    “01 to 08”
    - GM Crew cab short bed -52 gal. -26 stock
    - GM Extended/ Crew cab long bed -61 gal. -34 stock

    “99 to 07”
    - FORD Crew cab short bed - 52 gal. -28 stock
    - FORD Extended/ crew cab long bed - 67 gal. -34 stock

    “08”
    - FORD Crew cab short bed- 52 gal. - 28 stock
    - FORD Extended cab/Crew cab long bed - 67 gal.-34 stock



    [​IMG]

    The Generation V tanks will still be available also.

    Stats of the NEW Super Series:
    • More volume
    • Low fuel baffle
    • Sits 1" higher than previous Gen V
    • SAME PRICE as previous Gen V



    We are installing a Crew Cab Long Bed 61gal. in my truck next week


    :D
     
  18. DMitch

    DMitch Recruit

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    Another company that does a nice job for reasonable price is KSH Marine. You can find them with Google.
     
  19. BigMoose153

    BigMoose153 New Member

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    I went to Titan's website and I didn't find anything about the new Super series. Do you know where I could find out more info, like cost and order one? And i didn't find it on your site either other than i guess the gen V??

     
  20. Big_bo

    Big_bo New Member

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    WC Ohio
    I've got an aluminum diamond plate 115gal aux tank from Dually Depot. Plus the stock 35 gal. / 150 gals total makes it nice on long trips , but hard on the wallet.
     

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