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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about our fuel tanks.

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Yes, we manufacture our aluminum refueling tanks to meet and exceed the requirements for gasoline, kerosene, methanol, and diesel. In fact, many government agencies are currently using our aluminum refueling tanks.

Yes it is legal to pump from our tanks while still in the bed of a truck whether the tank is being used for private, state, or commercial use.

Yes, all of our tanks are baffled to provide strength and support and to reduce fuel sloshing.

This unique system connects the auxiliary fuel tank to the factory fuel tank via the factory filler. The auxiliary fuel tank keeps the factory fuel tank full until the auxiliary fuel tank is empty.

Yes, we manufacture custom products frequently. We can custom build a fuel tank, toolbox, and many other fabricated aluminum products.

Yes, all of our auxiliary and refueling tanks will be clean and free of debris on the inside and outside before leaving the factory.

Yes, all of our tanks are visually inspected and pressure tested for leaks. We also use a video inspection system to check for penetration on the inside of the tank.

The aluminum fitting on top of your refueling tank is a fuel tank vent with rollover protection.

Visit our contact us page and you can call, email or fax in your request and one of our friendly staff members will be happy to assist you.

Yes, all of our standard duty tanks and toolboxes come with a one year limited warranty. Our line of Severe Series tanks come with a 5 year limited warranty.

Yes, the Fuel Shotz system complies with DOT requirements, but you must install it per provided instructions.

We have an extensive dealer network throughout the US. Contact us for a dealer in your area.

Yes, the tanks need to be grounded at all times. When you install the fuel tank remove the paint from the underside of the truck bed where the tank gets bolted in. That will give a sufficient ground.

The fuel tank will come with mounting tabs welded to the tank. You will place the tank in the desired location, check for clearance underneath so you don’t drill into brake lines, fuel lines, etc. Drill and install one bolt, flat washer, lock washer , and nut. Tighten securely. Note: after drilling your mounting hole sand off any paint to bare metal on the bottom side of the truck bed around the bolt hole to ensure a good ground.

Yes, we are an authorized distributor of GPI. GPI fuel transfer pumps are aluminum and a good match for our fuel tanks. Most transfer pumps come with a hassle free 2 year warranty.

All of our refueling tanks come with a lockable fuel filler cap. We also offer an optional locking fuel cap for our auxiliary fuel tanks. You can take it a step further and check out our line of fuel safe auxiliary fuel tanks where the fuel filler and fittings are inside a lockable toolbox compartment.

Yes, we offer powder coat as an option. Our durable powder coat fuel tanks are very popular. Our standard color is gloss black but we also offer textures and many other colors.

Yes, fuel gauges are available as an option for all of our auxiliary fuel tanks and refueling tanks.