Titan 51-Gallon Fuel Tank for Cummins Mega Cabs

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  1. AzRamLover

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    the government/EPA regulations make it virtually impossible to do larger, replacement and auxiliary tanks for gasoline. So in-bed tanks with a pump can be done for gasoline. I like how titan has a in-bed tank for gasoline that goes over the wheel wells. I use it to refill snowmobiles and dirt bikes.
     
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    Because of this I went with a 40 gallon in bed tank with a pump. Not my preferred way but it works.
     
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    The Hemi and Cummins trucks use the same exact fuel tanks. Titan technically doesn't make a tank for 2013+ CCSB trucks because the emissions are in the way. The tanks are the same for all 4th gen trucks though (per chassis).
     
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    So the 51 gal “diesel” tank would fit in my ‘18 PW? Would the plumbing be plug and play?


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    The plumbing is plug and play. However, the Evap canister is mounted in front of your existing tank (where the new larger tank sits) so you need to figure out how to relocate or delete it.
     

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