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Old 04-16-2014, 10:31 AM   #1
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Transflow fuel system

wondering if anyone uses this system and if so, what's your opinion. we have a 2011 3500 dully with stock tank...at 9 miles/gal towing...we are looking at the 50 gal model with tool box...Thanks in advance
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If you want to spend the money for the first class deal then this is the one, otherwise check Northern tool for the RDS tanks, much cheaper and will do the same job with their direct flow method.

I use the 95 gal and love it.
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I have the 58 gallon replacement transflow tank and love it. I think it cost $50. for them to install it. I know this isn't quite what you were looking at but have had zero issues with it, great product.
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I have a 2500 HD diesel and put the transflow 45 gallon tank in place of my original. Now I don't need to stop near as often. The one thing I have found, is that since the rear of the tank is higher than the the forward 3/4's of the tank, you have to sit there and baby the fuel in to get it full. I can generally get $12 dollars of fuel in it after the nozzle clicks off. When not towing, I go just over 600 miles without the fuel light coming on. Towing a 16k 5th wheel, I go about 400.
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