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Most stations in NJ won't deal with pumping diesel, and quite frankly I'm happy they wont.
Most of the time if you get an overflow, its from a high flow pump designed for a big rig, you'll find those at fuel stations near freeways or interstates and some local towns that experience high truck traffic.
My stock tank didn't overflow much and seemed to vent well, if I were you, I'd check out your vent/overflow line and see if it's not kinked somewhere and not allowing the tank to adequately vent while you are fueling.
With my titan 50 gallon tank I have noticed that the tank does back up with fuel foam and doesn't vent as well. I attributed this to the stretched vent lines and T fitting that Titan has you install. When I have time, and more then likely when it's warm outside, I'm going to buy a longer fuel grade hose and replace my vent line to see if that will help with this.
As a side note for those of you in NJ or Oregon, the law requires attendants to pump gasoline not diesel fuel. If they demand to pump your fuel explain the law to them or move on to another station if you're not comfortable with them pumping it. With that being said, I am the only person I trust to fuel up my truck.
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