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Finally got my Titan fuel tank install wrapped up. It's a big bastard! Hangs down a bit. Loving the new 550+ mile range






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Are you towing constantly?!? Those MPGs are horrible.

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That tank doesn't hang down nearly as bad as a DEF tank on a Chevy!!


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Finally got my "secret weapon" mounted and the ppei 0-180 tune loaded...

Fat bottom girl moves now!!





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Are you towing constantly?!? Those MPGs are horrible.
That is my running average, not towing, mostly stop and go driving. I agree, not stellar but what can you do? I've been really wanting to delete the DPF system and run a more efficient tune, but with plenty of factory warranty remaining, better not. Granted for long highway trips I'll average 16~18mpg empty, but those are far and few between. All my towing miles are highway between destinations, but those mpg's are in the 9-10 range.
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That is my running average, not towing, mostly stop and go driving. I agree, not stellar but what can you do? I've been really wanting to delete the DPF system and run a more efficient tune, but with plenty of factory warranty remaining, better not. Granted for long highway trips I'll average 16~18mpg empty, but those are far and few between. All my towing miles are highway between destinations, but those mpg's are in the 9-10 range.
Those mpg are exactly what i saw with my srw on 35s undeleted....

The dually is actually better city wise...12-13mpg stop n go...

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I installed Air Lift 5000 Ultimate Air Bags and Air Lift Wireless air compressor on my truck. I did not like how it was electrically wired, (Tap wire into fuse box), so I rewired it to an Upfitter switch to have the ability to turn off the compressor if I lost Air Pressure.

I also Installed a 50 Gallon Titan Fuel Tank with the shield. It was second hand and previously installed without shield, so the straps were rounded and a pain in the butt to install. We had to fight that big dang tank for awhile to get it installed correctly. I also Broke a fuel clip and had to buy a new one at the dealer and replace it.

I also Installed a Back-Up camera on the vehicle and wired it up to the cab with the monitor mounted on the dash.


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I am getting too dang old to lay on the concrete for 7 hours a day...
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I installed Air Lift 5000 Ultimate Air Bags and Air Lift Wireless air compressor on my truck. I did not like how it was electrically wired, (Tap wire into fuse box), so I rewired it to an Upfitter switch to have the ability to turn off the compressor if I lost Air Pressure.

I also Installed a 50 Gallon Titan Fuel Tank with the shield. It was second hand and previously installed without shield, so the straps were rounded and a pain in the butt to install. We had to fight that big dang tank for awhile to get it installed correctly. I also Broke a fuel clip and had to buy a new one at the dealer and replace it.

I also Installed a Back-Up camera on the vehicle and wired it up to the cab with the monitor mounted on the dash.


Next to wire up is my Viair 200psi on-board air system and buy an airhorn.

I am getting too dang old to lay on the concrete for 7 hours a day...
That is one hell of a day. Good work.

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I wish....it took almost three Days...I had to work whenever I could, between overtime, extra jobs, and working night shift...
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Did a drain and fill on my trans fluid. Took 7 qts of mercon lv.


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