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Titan Bumps Diesel Fuel Capacity For Pickup Trucks

Titan Bumps Diesel Fuel Capacity For Pickup Trucks

New cross-linked polymer tank holds 60 gallons of diesel fuel and nests in the bed of full-size pickups.

Here's a quick way to add 60-gallons of fuel capacity to your American-made full size pickup truck, and it won't corrode, rust or dent.

The new cross-linked polymer in-bed fuel tank from Titan weighs only 51 lbs. is easy for one person to maneuver and easy to install and it carries a 5-year warranty.

Keystone and other distributors in the U.S., Canada and Australia are expected to have the tank in stock by mid November.

The new tanks stand up to all ranges of diesel and biodiesel and their popular additives and are stout enough to withstand the rigors of off-road use.

New 51-pound polymer fuel tank adds 60 gallons of in-bed diesel fuel capacity for full-size, American-made pickup trucks.

Titan officials say the polyethylene tank is 200 times less thermally-conductive than steel, therefore it reduces condensation and keeps fuel cooler in hot weather for better fuel efficiency.

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