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I find that the full size tanks at 37.5 gal I think are not so bad. If I can go 300 miles on average between fillups it works for me.

I need to take a potty break by then anyway.

Going long bed this time around was the better choice. Besides I don't think they make drw shortbeds any longer anyway.
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I find that the full size tanks at 37.5 gal I think are not so bad. If I can go 300 miles on average between fillups it works for me.

I need to take a potty break by then anyway.

Going long bed this time around was the better choice. Besides I don't think they make drw shortbeds any longer anyway.
Yes, only Ram makes a SB DRW now. I am considering it for my next truck if Ford doesn't follow suit with factory air suspension. Just an awesome option if it proves reliable. I agree too that 37 gals would be just right!
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