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Old 10-09-2010, 04:19 PM
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So what is everyone doing for their fuel tanks? I would like to install one under the trailer deck, with a 12V pump for delilvery. Building one myself is an option, but this late in the season I would rather find one prefabricated. Anyone have any ideas or pictures? Thanks.
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I went with these 2) 15 gal blitz tanks from the farm and ranch store, gravity fed but I have the advantage of a goose neck.
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Great idea. I've thought about building a narrow tank to mount to the wall inside, but would rather have the weight underneath. Thanks for the pic.
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try rds aluminum in florida http://www.rdsaluminum.com/marine-stock-below.html
i used a 59182 in a rv toy hauler back about 8 years ago worked well fit between the floor framing.
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