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Grit dog wrote:

^Just kidding! Totally.

Someone is bound to say that, though. Happens every time. Figured I'd just gt it out there before someone who actually thinks it's not a good upgrade speaks up.

Congrats, ALL big pickups should come with big fuel tanks.


Thats one of the things I like the most about my new one.... 48 gallons


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Grit dog wrote:

^Just kidding! Totally.

Someone is bound to say that, though. Happens every time. Figured I'd just gt it out there before someone who actually thinks it's not a good upgrade speaks up.

Congrats, ALL big pickups should come with big fuel tanks.


You're right someone would've sooner or later. I've had my 50 gal in bed tank since 03. In the current truck that's 84 gals total which gives me quite a range.
I've never understood the argument that it costs so much to fill. You're going to buy so many gals of fuel it's a matter of how many times you need to fill





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Not to mention if my truck gets down to a quarter of a tank, I start to panic!

I’ve heard the cost to fuel up argument so many times, now I just laugh inside and move on. Each mile costs the same.

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Pulling into a rest stop to pee or a fuel center makes no difference. Getting out and walking around for a few minutes makes a big difference in my 7 or 10 hr drives.


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Grit dog wrote:

^Just kidding! Totally.

Someone is bound to say that, though. Happens every time. Figured I'd just gt it out there before someone who actually thinks it's not a good upgrade speaks up.

Congrats, ALL big pickups should come with big fuel tanks.


I just pack a full 5 when traveling. Needed it once.

If I do anything different it will be the 55g Titan.


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