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Re: Adding Gas tanks.

Aero Tanks in Corona (So Cal, sorry) does all kinds of fuel tank
retro-fitting.  We're having our 36 gallon standard tank (our truck is a
'95 Chevy 3500 dually) replaced next week with a 55 gallon tank for $619
installed.  If you can live with moving your under-carriage-stored spare
tire elsewhere, they can add an additional tank there for an additional
20 gallons or so.  Or, there are auxiliary tanks that can go into the
bed that store various amounts up to 100 gallons.  Good luck.

Susan G

Alison Dunn wrote:
> I'm looking at trucks - ideally I'd like an extended cab long-bed, but
> for parking considerations I need to look at short beds.  However, the
> short-bed trucks have smaller gas tanks - the Chevrolet Silverado only
> has a 25 gallon capacity! With a big engine, that wouldn't last me
> long pulling over the Sierras.
> You can't special order one with a bigger tank either.  I have called
> all over trying to get an idea of how much it would be to add on a
> 10 gallon tank, or replace with a bigger one.  I can't find anyone
> that will add a gas tank.  Does anyone out there (in California) know
> anyone that will do this?  It's more difficult here, because of all
> the extra smog stuff (there is some sort of re-circulating of gas
> vapors.)  Any suggestions would be appreciated! (I'm located in the
> Bay Area, but I'll travel if needs be!)
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