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|02-19-2019 11:45 AM|
Originally Posted by Stox225 View Post
|02-19-2019 11:05 AM|
There’s not lol. Lifting the bed is the easiest method though. Don’t need more than about 6”.
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|02-19-2019 11:04 AM|
Originally Posted by hemirunner426 View Post
Good to know. I'll look into it. Seems that there may be enough room under there to remove and replace without dropping the tank or lifting the bed.
|02-19-2019 10:41 AM|
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|02-19-2019 09:51 AM|
I don't necessarily need more range. I'm okay with 600 miles to a tank. In fact I love it. My last daily driver was a jeep on 40's with a 10 gallon fuel cell. That was horrible.
I guess my fuel gauge had some how got stuck at 1/4 tank. After I filled up it randomly shot up to full like the float had been stuck so it is working as of now. I had tightened the big nut? on top of the tank the day before as it was leaking after topping off. Maybe I somehow twisted the sending unit. I'll find out when it gets back to a quarter tank.
|02-18-2019 02:02 PM|
|02-18-2019 12:25 PM|
|2Nubs||I thought I had somehow gained some mpg this weekend. I had almost 600 miles on a tank but somehow had a quarter tank left. Well, I sensed something was amiss and went to the gas station on my way home. It held 35.2 gallons... So glad I didn't run it dry.|
|02-17-2019 09:41 PM|
|koonta||'98 12v, 5sp, mixed driving, 17 winter, 19 or better summer. plowing or pulling a goose neck 11|
|02-14-2019 11:58 PM|
|razor1976||15-16 in town. 18-20 highway. It varies. gonna try a fuel additive and an oil additive and see if there is any difference. somehow i doubt it. 97 3500 auto 2wd. empty.|
|02-09-2019 12:25 PM|
|bamtech1||It just has a slider bar where you guesstimate it at each fillup.|
|02-09-2019 11:21 AM|
|Destroked 450||Interesting app, how does it chart you city and highway milage?|
|02-09-2019 07:05 AM|
I use a free app on my phone- used to be Gas Cubby, now Fuelly I think? Works the same as pen and paper- just enter odometer and gallons and it spits out a mileage figure. What’s neat is it will keep a lifetime average, tell you how much up or down from last tank, keeps all logs by date, graphs etc. You can use it to track all kinds of other maintenance costs etc., but I just stick to mileage.
Really just said all that to explain this screen shot. Shows every drop of fuel I’ve added in the 2 years I’ve had the truck. ‘96 RCLB 2wd NV4500 stock except AFC Live and 5” exhaust. 261K on the clock.
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