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Old 06-25-2011, 12:50 PM
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Titan vs. Transfer Flow gas tank

Looking at swapping out the OEM tank for my CCSB. Looking at both Titan and Transfer Flow and want to understand why there is such a huge price difference!
Titan is $1200 and TF is $875. both are 50 gallon tanks.
Main difference i see is that TF is made of aluminized steel and Titan is out of polyethylene. Is one better than the other?

Anyways, all help and recommendations appreciated!
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Looking at swapping out the OEM tank for my CCSB. Looking at both Titan and Transfer Flow and want to understand why there is such a huge price difference!
Titan is $1200 and TF is $875. both are 50 gallon tanks.
Main difference i see is that TF is made of aluminized steel and Titan is out of polyethylene. Is one better than the other?

Anyways, all help and recommendations appreciated!
I can't help with feedback but where did you find the tf for 875 the one I saw was little over a grand. Nevermind I priced a 60 not the 50.

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transfer flow website has the 50 gallon for the 2011 listed at $872.50
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Difference is if u wanna lose bed space or not. Personally id go titan. Works with the factory gauge and only hangs down an inch or two more then stock.
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Difference is if u wanna lose bed space or not. Personally id go titan. Works with the factory gauge and only hangs down an inch or two more then stock.
Transfer flow makes a stock replacement also.
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When you read the transfer flow description, it is almost identical to what Titan offers. Under bed replacement so you don't loose bed space. Uses factory sensors an also straps up like Titan.
Still trying to understand the huge difference in price
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Figured when u said transfer flow you meant in the bed 50gal
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Did you install either tank? The 26 gallon factory tank is driving me nuts. I have to start looking for fuel at around 250 miles - not a low MPG issue but because there's nothing like pulling off the highway when you're getting a low fuel warning only to find the closest station doesn't sell diesel (or the diesel pump looks 100 yrs old and dispenses who knows what). This will be my next upgrade in the spring so I don't have to stop in EVERY state driving down I-95. ok, so maybe I'll skip Delaware...
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I'm pretty sure this is gonna be on my to do list also
Always love saving money but believe in the saying u get what u pay for


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Same here, I hate having to fill my truck up 3 or 4 times a week. I don't trust a lot of fuel stations on the road and only like a few that I know sell a lot of diesel.
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