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Old 02-28-2013, 10:13 AM
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Remove Transfer Flow Tank From Bed

I bought my truck a few years back and it came with a 50 gal tank in the bed of the truck. It is a nice option but with fuel prices the way they are I have only filled it up a few times when I drove to Canada. Its a pain in the butt with my bed cover to even get fuel in there when I do want to.

I want it out of there so I can finally fix the the 5th wheel holes in my bed and give it a nice spray in liner.

Any ideas of how to disconnect one of these?? There are wires everywhere and fuel hoses everywhere. Some how it is tied into my main fuel gauge as well cause when I fill up my main tank it will show full for about 5 min then sit at half as its compinsating for the bed tank being empty. The only way that it stays on full is if both tanks are full.

Just want it out without messing everything else up any ideas??

Located in Twin Cities,MN if someone is looking to buy a used 50 gal tank.

Thanks in advance Josh
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