Originally Posted by 3thumbs
I'm going with a tank in the bed of my short F350. It costs about the same money to put one under as in the bed, so why not have 75 gallons instead of 50 for the same money?
seems like a lot of dicking around to me. is my primary tank full? Is my aux full? do I leave the aux draining to the primary while I'm driving? Will the gravity feed keep up? whoops did I leave the gravity feed open overnight and have a puddle of diesel? Can the short lady in my life reach the gravity feed, or even reach the Gas cap on the aux tank? I bet she cant.
Or if you have a pump, flipping a switch, getting out and flipping the switch, and in general worrying
With the Titan tank - you fill up the tank when your on E, and you run until its on E again. No thought, no muss, no fuss. Its just easy
And what I'm finding as I get older, the less I have to worry about, the better life is
. If its automatic, you can't screw it up. If its manual process, at some point you will forget and screw it up.
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