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Old 06-11-2015, 10:04 AM   #1
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Can Anyone Recommend a Service Center Near San Diego CA?

I just purchased a 2016 Mobile Suites and would like to know of a good qualified service center in the San Diego area. I am sure I will need one at some point in the future.
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Not near San Diego but 2 hours north is Arrow Trailer Supply in Ontario,
Trailer Supplies | Location | Ontario, CA
These guys are really good! They work on everything and do an excellent job.
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Thanks, but that one is a little far for me.
But....what is a 70 gal under the bed fuel tank?
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Thanks, but that one is a little far for me.
But....what is a 70 gal under the bed fuel tank?
Aero tanks in San Bernardino AeroTanks - Dodge DLB-70
has replaced my factory 32 gal fuel tank with a 70 gal all under the truck bed. I have full use of the truck bed. I love it! You will need a CC and 8' bed though.
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looks like a nice tank.
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looks like a nice tank.
I have not yet had my 5ver connected when filling up. I always disconnect at the overnight spot and drive to the nearest fuel stop. I no longer have to size up a fuel stop when the need arises. Without the capability I would start looking for fuel after 250 miles. I only get about 10mpg while towing (19000 lbs). Now I can go about 600 miles when towing. 1000 miles solo.
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