Did you know that you can almost double your truck’s fuel range by replacing your existing fuel tank?
If you want to go further between fill-ups, there are a few companies out there that manufacture aftermarket fuel tanks. These tanks can hold almost twice the amount of fuel as your current tank. Let’s explore some of the options as laid out by the experts over at Do It Yourself RV who recommend replacement tanks made by Transfer Flow.
Replacement tanks tend to be shaped a little differently than the stock tank, but provided you get the right model for your specific truck you will not need to make any modifications. Toyota, Ford, Dodge, and GM replacement tanks are all available from Transfer Flow.
Why an In-Chassis Fuel Tank?
In a word, space. An undercarriage, in-chassis fuel tank doesn’t take up extra bed space. Bed space that many travel trailer owners hold is invaluable, and many who have Fifth Wheels don’t have the option of giving up.
Size and shape difference between a replacement fuel tank and your stock tank.
How to Find a Replacement for Your Existing Fuel Tank
It’s easy to find a replacement fuel tank for your truck. DIYRV.com recommends using the search feature on the Transfer Flow website to locate the correct tank. Simply fill in the form and the right tank for your vehicle will pop up.
How to Install a Replacement Fuel Tank
Installation is easy. Simply locate one of the over 300 authorized Transfer Flow installers and let them do the work for you! Since the tank is designed to fit in the truck chassis and use existing fuel lines installation is a breeze.
What do you think? Would an increased driving range benefit you? What do you think of upgrading your existing fuel tank? Let us know in the comments below.