Ahh so the gauge will be off quite a bit after install?I had one installed on my 2018 recently but haven’t gone on any trips or towed with it yet. I refueled last week after about 650 miles of mixed driving, mostly around town but the needle was just above Empty and it only took 40 gallons of fuel.
What would people do if the gauge quit on day? Pull over? Or fill up every 30 miles? LolHow can having more fuel on board not be of use?!?
As to how many miles someone is getting per tank (with a larger tank), that is painfully easy to figure out, if the two tank sizes and the mpg are known.
I’ve only had this truck eleven months and had the Titan 52 gallon replacement tank installed a couple months ago. Due to the ‘rona we haven’t really gone anywhere and we haven’t towed our travel trailer so my experience is limited.Ahh so the gauge will be off quite a bit after install?
Can you tell me what model number RDS tank that is?I have a 60gal RDS gravity flow. This is the first auxiliary tank that I have had...man I cant believe I waited so long to put one in...its definitely the way to go. When empty on the highway I can go 1200 to 1400 miles off my main and auxiliary tank. When towing its 500-750 depending what I'm towing. My next truck will be a DRW with an 8' bed. I replaced that large fuel cap out with a low profile one so I can close my tonneau cover. I have an Anderson hitch...no issues with this set up plenty of clearance.
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