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EB Fuel Tank Size

Can anyone with an EB in a SCREW 6.5 bed 4x4 configuration confirm the fuel tank size? My dealer confirmed that all configs are likely 26 (IIRC) gallons only, but I've read (can't remember where now) that that 36 gallon tank is either an option or is now the default in the longer truck.
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The 36 gallon tank is not available w/ecoboost engine in 2011.
It may be an option on the 2012s.We'll have to wait and see.
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26 here, its all I need, 150 miles today and only used 1/4 tank thats approx. 600 miles on a tank. That's approximate not gospel!! You know how things change once you get past that first 1/4!
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