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Old 10-04-2009, 09:07 AM
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I have never seen that configuration neither. The gas door is in front of the rear axle-but none behind the rear axle?? Could we see a side left picture of your truck??


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Never saw one of those before!!! Wonder why ol Henry did that?? Must have a lot of space above the spare tire!!!
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That's a first for me as well.

4x4 shortbeds with dual tanks do exist. I saw one parked in a parking lot once.
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1996 f250, 4x4 shortbed. front and rear tanks. I think supposed to be 16 front and 18 rear, but when the needle reads empty i can only get 12 in either. must have crap in there.
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Strangely enough, guys, my 1987 Ford Truck Factory Owners "Do It Yourself" Guide Lists ONLY 19 gallon tanks, front and rear, for everything except SWB (standard wheel base - non supercab/crewcab) two tank trucks, which have a 16.5 front. So did the latter models get shafted with smaller tanks?? F250HD Custom
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no extra large tank for the 1991 super cab longbed

do they make a 33-32 gal. tank for a 91 f-250 super cab 8' bed i have heard that ppl get the bronco tank in there but ford did somthing that yr with the fuel system and nobody make a large rear tank (that i can find) tips advise please my rear tank need to be replaced
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95 F150 single cab short bed 4x4, and today with the needle on the E, it only took 12.8 gallons to fill

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Check "transfer Flow, Inc" at transferflow.com. They have 40 to 60 gallon tanks.
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As soon as I get the cash my '96 long bed will have 50 gallon front and 18 gallon rear.
50 gallon front? What/who makes a 50 gallon front tank?
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My Ford Owners Manual lists my tank capacities as 19 front and 18.2 rear, US gallons. My truck is a 94 F150 Extra Cab Long Box. 15.8 and 15.2 Imperial or 72 and 79 liters respectively. At our current price of 129.9 per liter it costs a small mortgage to fill from E. Still love my truck though.
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Fuel Capacity

My 1987 F150 XLT Lariat single cab holds 19.x, Front and 15.x Rear although I have yet to run them "dry."

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I had read a few years ago that 32 gal bronco tanks could be mounted in the bed of a truck with the spare tire removed.

I cant seem to find a reliable link now.

any confirmation on this?
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So my 94 f350 CCLB 4x4 (351/E4OD) holds 19.5 front and 15.2 rear?
Also, my 85 f250 RCLB 4x4 (300/T18) has a single front tank if it matters, unknown size but its pretty large and even with the tiny 4 speed and married case theres only about 6-8" from the t-case and gas tank touching.
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