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I recently bought a new 2012 F350 6.7 upgraded from a 2008 6.4 and i love it except for the small fuel tank that is.
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You may want to check out Titan Fuel tanks. They make bigger ones for these trucks.


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You may want to check out Titan Fuel tanks. They make bigger ones for these trucks.
Yeah a friend just installed one on his. Just hard to convince the wife haha!
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I recently bought a new 2012 F350 6.7 upgraded from a 2008 6.4 and i love it except for the small fuel tank that is.
The deciding factor of me buying a longbed was the bigger fuel tank, and I got a killer deal. Enjoy the 6.7, I know you will!

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The deciding factor of me buying a longbed was the bigger fuel tank, and I got a killer deal. Enjoy the 6.7, I know you will!
I have always had long beds and had every intention of getting another but I just couldn't pass this one up. Already leveled with 35's and 20's. I didn't know they had a smaller tank. Oh well I'll keep working on the boss. I love the truck it feels just as powerful and tows as good as my tuned and deleted 6.4 did.
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I have always had long beds and had every intention of getting another but I just couldn't pass this one up. Already leveled with 35's and 20's. I didn't know they had a smaller tank. Oh well I'll keep working on the boss. I love the truck it feels just as powerful and tows as good as my tuned and deleted 6.4 did.
What gears did you have in the 6.4? and the new truck? These trucks are amazing, and the 6 speed torqshift is geared so well they are unstoppable.

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To be honest I'm not sure what the 6.4 had but it was a beast deleted with the mini max. The new truck has 3.55's. pulled my 15,000 lb tow hauler to st george and it did awesome!
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