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I am looking to put an auxiliary fuel tank in my bed...I don't want anything huge as I have a '01 - 1500 QC/SB...I need to put a crossbox in also, so I can't have anything real tall. I am looking into the 25-50 gallon range. Does anybody have any suggestions as to manufacturers of tanks and how to plumb these in?
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i saw in some offroad mag, that they have toolboxes with built in fuel tanks. they hold about 50-80 gallons, and come with a locking nozzle and electric fuel pump, so you can pump the fuel right into yours or anyone gas tank.
1998 Ram 1500
42" TSl's/6" total lift/LOT of body cutting/decarpeted and bedlined interior/dual 19" cooling fans/snorkel/60" hi-lift/more..
I have looked at some of those "combo boxes", but I need a full cross box that sits on the bed rails. I currently have a small box in my bed that I have had for a while, and I can't get much stuff in it.
I thought those things that you keep fuel in, thats located in the bed of the truck with a nozzle were meant for only diesal? IIRC gas is more opt to blowing up in direct sunlight in a container? whereas diesal isnt?