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I am installing a 90 gal gravity feed aluminum tank at the front of the bed, should I place anything between the tank and the bed. Would it be a good idea to install an inline filter in the gravity feed line. Will this type of a filter help with water in the fuel.(Had a bad batch of fuel last year)
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I am installing a 90 gal gravity feed aluminum tank at the front of the bed, should I place anything between the tank and the bed. Would it be a good idea to install an inline filter in the gravity feed line. Will this type of a filter help with water in the fuel.(Had a bad batch of fuel last year)
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I was told this was illegal.
 

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illegal? ok..

I didnt have anything inbetween the tank and the bed, you could probably put some foam in there but i wouldnt worrya bout it.
I just inquired about this at the local TSC today. The guy told me if I installed the tank with gravity fed that if I got pulled over that I would get the truck towed. If this isn't true than screw him, I thought it sounded weird. I pull a trailer alot and am tired of filling up every two hours.
 

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for what reason did he say it would get towed ?
Because it's gravity fed. He told me it needs to have a pump on it only. Is there a homemade way to run a gravity fed line?
 

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I had mine install and its bed flush and its got a little pump on it ,the switch is the cab so if its bad outside like raining I dont have to get out.Just flip the switch and leave it on and it refuels itself,shuts itelf off too.the truck place that installed it said nothing about being illegal
 
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