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Thumbs up Anyone have an Airdog 2 and Titan fuel tank?

Been doing some searching on here and cannot come up with the answer to my question. Since I want both of the items in question, does anyone have them both installed? I have a CCLB truck.

It seems the AD2 mounts inboard on the frame down the driver side... right where the Titan tank would mount. Can the AD2 be put outboard on the frame like my Dieselsite coolant filter? The AD2 instructions are not too helpful.

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I'm just guessing here, but from how much slack I have in my air dogs fuel lines, you should be able to mount it outboard of the frame.
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I have both and there were no issues mounting. I had it done at Rudy's Diesel and they removed my stock pump and mounted it there, in front of the Titan tank. You might want to give them a call, they are the experts on all this stuff.




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Been doing some searching on here and cannot come up with the answer to my question. Since I want both of the items in question, does anyone have them both installed? I have a CCLB truck.

It seems the AD2 mounts inboard on the frame down the driver side... right where the Titan tank would mount. Can the AD2 be put outboard on the frame like my Dieselsite coolant filter? The AD2 instructions are not too helpful.

Thanks for any help.

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I'll be damned, the picture I saw of that Titan on the CCLB, it ran all the way to the t-case. Hell, maybe it was on a CCSB.



ksipes1 - is your truck a long bed too?

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Yes, F450 King Ranch, only comes in a long bed. If it was up to the transfer case it was either mounted wrong or a short bed truck.



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I'll be damned, the picture I saw of that Titan on the CCLB, it ran all the way to the t-case.



ksipes1 - is your truck a long bed too?

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Great. The pictures speak volumes, just what I needed to see.

Thank you for your time!
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