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Just got the 52 gallon Titan Tank installed in my 250 cc. Does anybody know if the mileage to empty will still work? The Ford guys that installed it for me were not sure if it would but my service rep said if it didn't they would contact Ford and try to get a fix.
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i disconnected the battery and turned the lights on for a few hours to reset the computer after I had run two tanks and it was way off....after that it was within a few miles of being correct

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did you have the recall fuel tank bracket already installed and did it interfere with placement of the new tank?

how low does the tank hang below the frame rail?

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no recall performed on mine...its just fine.....it hangs down just as much as stock....

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from a picture that i saw it looked like there may be some ground clearance issues created. the transfer tank brand looks like it hangs down about 4 inches below the rail
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Let me see if I have a photo of it installed....

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Yes the recall bracket is in the way but you just pull it off and throw it away. The tank bottom is at the sem level as the bottom of the rear axle. If you want to talk about clearance issue if the tank hits anything then the rear axle is going to get it as well. The main reason for going with Titan is the tank is made of the same material as the stock tank. I do not want a metal tank when I spend my winters in the north.
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