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Old 01-12-2014, 08:08 AM   #1
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Good morning, I would like to add a 50 gallon fuel tank or replace my tank with a 150 gallon one. Does anyone know if that can done with out major!!! work. Thanks
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There is more to it then replacing the existing tank. Is your unit designed to withstand the weight of the extra 100 gallons, [ close to 800 pounds], in a concentrated area ??? Will the unit lean, sag, or drive erratically ??
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My Allegro has a 100 gallon tank. I notice some Tiffin's has 150 gallon tank. I thought I could add 50 to make 150 or replaces the one that's in there with a 150 gallon one. Sounds like alot of work.
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Good morning, I would like to add a 50 gallon fuel tank or replace my tank with a 150 gallon one. Does anyone know if that can done with out major!!! work. Thanks
You could contact Freightliner and ask if it is feasible.
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