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Larger fuel tank for the F250s

Looking for a larger fuel tank for the F250 CCSB but I don't want to lose bed space.

I've seen some larger ones but they state it's long bed.

Does anyone have any ideas where to get a replacement larger fuel tank or who makes some?

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My rememberer doesn't always work too well, but I seem to remember @ZMANN , run a bigger tank.

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your rememberer worked

I have a Titan midship 50+ gal replacement on my shorty bed

it takes the place of the OEM tank
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I have something too. The PO installed it, so I don't know the manufacturer. 58 gallons, all steel, CCSB, replaced the original tank.
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your rememberer worked

I have a Titan midship 50+ gal replacement on my shorty bed

it takes the place of the OEM tank
Very hesitant on the Titans. They look like excellent build quality but the price point is what is holding me back.

Do you know if there is something more affordable? Budget is around 5-600

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I would have had a hard time paying full retail also
I kept searching craigs list for my " wish list" and one day a bitter ex wife put up a brand new unit with skid plate for 200.00

, transfer flow is the other leading MFg for replacement midship tanks but they use metal and i am no fan of them
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I would have had a hard time paying full retail also
I kept searching craigs list for my " wish list" and one day a bitter ex wife put up a brand new unit with skid plate for 200.00

, transfer flow is the other leading MFg for replacement midship tanks but they use metal and i am no fan of them

I just scored a half of a laundry basket full of nice golf balls for $20 from a bitter ex-wife. Lol.
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I would have had a hard time paying full retail also
I kept searching craigs list for my " wish list" and one day a bitter ex wife put up a brand new unit with skid plate for 200.00

, transfer flow is the other leading MFg for replacement midship tanks but they use metal and i am no fan of them
I guess I will just have to keep searching haha thank you

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I guess I will just have to keep searching haha thank you
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could also use a OBS rear tank, (92-97), bronco , E-series..... alot of options
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could also use a OBS rear tank, (92-97), bronco , E-series..... alot of options
i kinda like that idea. '
i had an extra gravity feed tank in my old toyota which gave me 900 miles or so range
of course after pumping 180 bucks into the truck on the stock tankthe other day....
not sure i need another mouth to feed...so to speak
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