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Old 09-23-2016, 10:34 PM   #21
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Have you thought of a replacement tank? I think Titan makes a 50 or 60 gallon tank. It's not nearly the capacity of an external tank but it's still better than the 34-gallons or so that the truck comes with. I considered it, but the price kept me away.
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Old 09-24-2016, 08:49 AM   #22
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Tractor Supply sells fuel tanks. I saw where one style of tanks came with the 12 volt pump already hooked up. They will fit under the bed cover. I saw one that holds 109 gallons. I would like to have that one but I'm cheap and they have a 100 gallon tank that cost $299 but it sits up higher in the truck bed. They also sell 12 volt pumps, one is on sale at $259 I think. The one I would like is $1399. Maybe if I be sweet to DW she will let me get it, I'll have to stop aggravating her. Wish me luck, I'll need it


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in my 36 gal tank, I would put about 25 gals in. When the truck gauge would hit 1/4 mark, I would flip the switch on and put the 25 gal in. 25 gal probably is 200#'s
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DW and I have to stop every so often and get out. The 12 volt pump works best for us. About twenty gallons is as far as we want to travel without stopping


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Have you thought of a replacement tank? I think Titan makes a 50 or 60 gallon tank. It's not nearly the capacity of an external tank but it's still better than the 34-gallons or so that the truck comes with. I considered it, but the price kept me away.
Yes I did but wanted more capacity and the Crew Cab Short Bed is the only RAM model that Titan does not have a replacement tank for.

I haven't check Tractor Supply but I'm guessing they carry RDS. I will swing by today and check what they have.
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DW and I have to stop every so often and get out. The 12 volt pump works best for us. About twenty gallons is as far as we want to travel without stopping


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me too. I have a 12 volt pump, pushing thru a water separator/filter, takes about 25 minutes to push 24 gals to main tank
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