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Ashleyf
Posted 2012-12-01 9:32 AM (#5441)
Subject: In bed Fuel tanks




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We are wanting to put an in bed fuel tank in our Chevrolet 3500 but have heard it is hard to find ones that don't leak. Can anyone recommend dependable ones? Thanks!
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Okie-Go
Posted 2012-12-01 4:57 PM (#5442 - in reply to #5441)
Subject: RE: In bed Fuel tanks




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I have had two diggerent ones and no leaks. Buy good quality. thinking about getting another for my Freightliner m2.
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Ashleyf
Posted 2012-12-03 6:49 PM (#5443 - in reply to #5441)
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Awesome-thanks for the info and we will research this brand
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Okie-Go
Posted 2012-12-05 11:51 AM (#5444 - in reply to #5441)
Subject: RE: In bed Fuel tanks




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I hit the wrong button. I have had two different tanks. Got mine from atta tanks. They are in Texas close to ft worth. You can find them doing a search. Real nice folks.
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Charlesross
Posted 2013-01-10 2:48 AM (#5452 - in reply to #5442)
Subject: RE: In bed Fuel tanks




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Okie-Go - 2012-12-01 4:57 PM

I have had two diggerent ones and no leaks. Buy good quality. thinking about getting another for my Freightliner m2.



it is hard to believe you have got two of them. From where you got these?
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Okie-Go
Posted 2013-01-14 8:54 AM (#5456 - in reply to #5452)
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I had a 66 gallon tank I sold. Bought the 110 gallon tank. No problems with either. Try a search for atta tank. They are located close to Fort Worth, TX
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WheelsBuyer
Posted 2013-01-19 7:07 AM (#5457 - in reply to #5456)
Subject: RE: In bed Fuel tanks




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I have used RDS Aluminum Tanks for over 10 years. The one I have in the bed of my truck now has over 350K miles on it. Their simple transfer system is foolproof, cheap and easy to install. I have the toolbox tank combo that carries 90 gallons of fuel. With a little hustle and help, you can install and plumb a tank in an hour of so and be ready to go!

I think their website is: rdsaluminum.com Northern tool is a stocking dealer as well as others. Should you contact the factory, ask for Uncle Sam and tell him cousin Barry sent you.
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PaulChristenson
Posted 2013-04-18 3:48 AM (#5486 - in reply to #5441)
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Location: Vermont
Ashleyf - 2012-12-01 10:32 AM We are wanting to put an in bed fuel tank in our Chevrolet 3500 but have heard it is hard to find ones that don't leak. Can anyone recommend dependable ones? Thanks!


Transferflow makes a nice product
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