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RE: In bed fuel transfer tank question

So part time use and frequent removal? Good luck. At least a metal tank can be strapped down fairly securely for safety purposes or could even install some nut serts or weld nuts to the bottom of the bed for easier removal. I’d be hard pressed to leave a fuel tank in my truck that isn’t somewhat “permanently” secured. Safety issues aside, if not bolted down, it’s like Christmastime for tweakers every time you park it! I'm looking at low profile units, I have a BAKFlip MX4 bed cover to hide from prying eyes when not towing the 5er.
OverNightSensation 01/09/23 08:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: In bed fuel transfer tank question

Thanks to all for all the replys. I should have mentioned that I don't want it plumbed into the truck as I need to remove it so I can use the entire bed when not traveling. It looks like it is 6 of one and a half dozen of the other...
OverNightSensation 01/09/23 01:51am Tow Vehicles
In bed fuel transfer tank question

Looking to ad a 35-75 gallon in bed fuel transfer tank.(not an auxiliary/plumbed in) What type should I get, aluminum, steel or poly? Aluminum scares be because it is so thin, and steel will rust. I was thinking poly, should be less condensation problem? Please only respond if you have or had one of these. What is your experience?
OverNightSensation 01/07/23 02:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 5th Wheel vs. Gooseneck

If you are buying new, Lippert frames approve a Goosebox adapter (has shock absorbers and air bag) but not rigid adapters. That is incorrect information. I have a Lippert Gooseneck Connect that does not void Lippert's warranty. https://store.lci1.com/gooseneck-connect-21k-2020043670 Pulled my 45' toyhauler 6 thousand miles so far, no problem.
OverNightSensation 09/08/22 03:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Leaving camper setup and leveled

I have the Lippert 3.0 system on mine and I always leave it leveled in storage.(even all winter)
OverNightSensation 09/01/22 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you always have to pay inside at Truck stops?

Get a fuel card! I got a TSD Logistics EFS card last year. It works at most all the truck stop pumps and gets a discount if available. You have to link to a bank account and payment is automatically deducted from your account within a day or two. Just set up a extra bank account to use for it and only keep fuel $ in it. The name changed recently to Open Roads. Link - https://myopenroads.com/ You only need to go inside if you want a receipt or snacks. (my wife is much happier!) What percentage discount? Costco Visa is 4%. From the website - By joining our program you will have access to discount diesel prices at specified locations such as Loves and Travel Centers of America. Current members are saving 30 to 40 cents per gallon off the pump price. There are no signup fees or membership fees to join. There are no long-term contracts to sign and no hidden fees. Note: not all stops offer that large of a discount, they have an app to track real time price after discount at participating stops so you can decide where to go. Just checked the local Petro #57 in New Paris, Ohio. Shows the price with card is $4.112. Loves #222 3 exits away is 4.969 with card! Pump Patrol says Fuel is 5.24 at Loves not using the card. Petro is not listed.
OverNightSensation 03/17/22 07:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you always have to pay inside at Truck stops?

Get a fuel card! I got a TSD Logistics EFS card last year. It works at most all the truck stop pumps and gets a discount if available. You have to link to a bank account and payment is automatically deducted from your account within a day or two. Just set up a extra bank account to use for it and only keep fuel $ in it. The name changed recently to Open Roads. Link - https://myopenroads.com/ You only need to go inside if you want a receipt or snacks. (my wife is much happier!)
OverNightSensation 03/17/22 07:13am Fifth-Wheels
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