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Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank  Rear
  • TITAN Travel Trekker 40 Tank
  • ; In Bed; 40 Gallon
  • Travel Trekker Auxilary Diesel Fuel System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: Rear
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • IIntroducing the new compact, Travel Trekker 40auxiliary fuel system! This innovative 40 gallon product works great with most any full-sized diesel truck. That includes half ton pickups with Utility beds, those equipped with a RamBox(R), and those equipped with a factory 5th wheel package. Additionally, it will fit many mid-sized vehicles, is baffled to minimize fuel sloshing and will even fit under most tonneau covers. The TITAN Travel Trekker 40 is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer--­ tougher than steel and more durable than aluminum. We routinely test our products using state­ of-the-art computer simulation as well as actual, physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate---never losing a drop of liquid. Our legendary products are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty! There are no welds to crack and fail, and if you ever accidentally run your gooseneck hitch into your Travel Trekker you'll find it springs back into shape. Occasionally, a little soap and water, and perhaps a little spray furniture polish is all you need to keep your tank looking new. With one touch of a button, the remarkable TITAN Electronic Controller pumps fuel from the Travel Trekker 40to the vehicle's primary fuel tank until it is automatically stopped by the controller or the button is touched again. The controller monitors and reports the fuel level in the auxiliary system at all times. Controller installation is simple and never requires cutting into the vehicle's wiring harness which could affect the manufacturer's warranty. Fuel is pumped from the top of the tank which is safer and more environmentally responsible than gravity flow systems. The Travel Trekker 40comes with all necessary installation components and detailed instructions. Whatever your passion, we'll help you fuel it!
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Ram 1500 Rear V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 2987
Titan Fuel Tanks
Qty:
$1,479.49
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • TITAN Travel Trekker In-Bed Auxiliary Fuel System 50 Gallon
  • ; In Bed; 50 Gallon
  • Travel Trekker Auxilary Diesel Fuel System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • Now a new, better concept in auxiliary fuel systems: The TITAN Travel Trekker is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer--- tougher than steel and longer lasting than aluminum. Its durability is legendary. We routinely test our tanks using state-of-the-art computer simulations as well as physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate--- never losing a drop of liquid. They are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty. (50 Gallon* TITAN Tank)There are no welds to fail and if you ever accidentally run your gooseneck hitch into your Travel Trekker you will most likely find it springs right back into shape. Also, soap, water and perhaps a little furniture spray polish is all you need to keep your tank looking new. The Travel Trekker is baffled to minimize fuel sloshing and compact enough that it can be installed in full-sized pickup beds without interfering with most in-bed hitches and tonneau covers. With one touch, the remarkable TITAN Electronic Controller transfers fuel from the Travel Trekker to the vehicle's primary fuel tank until it is automatically stopped by the controller or the button is touched again. The controller monitors and reports the fuel level in the auxiliary system at all times. Controller installation is simple and never requires cutting into the vehicle's wiring harness which could affect the manufacturer's warranty. Fuel is pumped from the top of the tank which is safer and more environmentally responsible than gravity flow systems. The system comes complete with all necessary installation components and detailed instructions. Whatever your passion, let us help you fuel it!
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Ram 1500 V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 2987
Titan Fuel Tanks
2012 Ram 2500 Fuel Tank 6 Cyl 6.7L Titan Fuel Tanks - Extra Large Midship Tank

P311-0AD90D7    7030210  New

Qty:
$1,905.73
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • XXL Replacement Mid-Ship Fuel Tank 56 Gallon
  • ; 56 Gallon
  • Extra Large Midship Tank
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • 56 Gallon*, extra heavy duty, cross-linked polyethylene fuel tank. Tank comes complete with powder-coated or plated steel mounting strap support set, extruded rubber mounting bushings, rollover safety vent valve, shims and needed accessories.For DODGE 2500 & 3500 Crew Cab trucks with 6 1/2 ft. Short Beds.For 2500 & 3500 Models with Cummins EnginesTank features exclusive low fuel trap design. This new TITAN tank only hangs approximately 2.5" lower than bottom of stock (OEM) tank. Very similar in appearance to original equipment product. For model 2500 and 3500 trucks with Crew Cabs and 6 ½ ft. Short Beds. For model years 2010-2012.*Notice: The TITAN 7030210 tank will not fit two-wheel drive applications.•LIFETIME Warranty
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Bed Length Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Ram 2500 Crew Cab Pickup 76.3 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Titan Fuel Tanks
2013 Ram 2500 Fuel Tank 6 Cyl 6.7L Titan Fuel Tanks - Extra Large Midship Tank

P311-2D313B0    7030313  New

Qty:
$1,681.40
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • XXL Replacement Mid-Ship Fuel Tank 55 Gallon
  • ; 55 Gallon
  • Extra Large Midship Tank
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • 55 Gallon*, extra heavy duty, military grade, cross-linked polyethylene fuel tank. For 2013 and newer vehicles with DEF systems. Tank features .250" (1/4") wall thickness, and comes complete with galvanized steel mounting straps, mounting bushings, rollover safety vent valves, and needed accessories.Tank features exclusive low fuel trap design. This TITAN tank only hangs approximately 2.5" lower than bottom of stock (OEM) tank. For model 2500 and 3500 Cummins Diesels with Crew (or Quad) Cabs and 8 ft. Long Beds.For model years 2013-2017. For 2500 & 3500 Models with Cummins Engines•LIFETIME Warranty
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Bed Length Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Ram 2500 Extended Crew Cab Pickup 98.3 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Titan Fuel Tanks
2018 Ram 2500 Fuel Tank 6 Cyl 6.7L Titan Fuel Tanks - Extra Large Midship Tank

P311-0F8EE14    7030213S  New

Qty:
$1,771.13
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • XXL Replacement Mid-Ship Fuel Tank 50 Gallon
  • ; 51 Gallon; w/Shield
  • Extra Large Midship Tank
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • Using your RAM for hauling, towing or long-distance driving? Now you can replace that smallish original equipment (31 gallon) tank with a super-large, super-strong, TITAN and give yourself hundreds of additional miles of range with every fill-up. This big TITAN product allows you a lot more flexibility to choose the price, the time, and the place to interrupt your trip and fuel-up. (51 Gallon* TITAN Tank)Stop nearly half as much when you're on the road—cover more ground and don't clutter up your truck bed with extra fuel containers.Our new Mega Cab tank is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer (XLHDPE). It's at least ¼" thick and built to outlast all competitors. It's tougher than steel and more durable than aluminum. We routinely test our products using state-of-the-art computer simulation as well as actual, physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate---never losing a drop of liquid. Our legendary products are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty*!This product comes with stainless steel interior flanges, galvanized steel mounting straps, plated high-strength steel front support, mounting bushings (7030213 only), rollover safety vent valves and all the needed accessories. Tank features exclusive low fuel trap design and only hangs 2.875" lower than bottom of stock (OEM) tank. The 7030213S product includes a custom molded shield which is recommended if truck is to be subjected to rigorous off-highway use. Installation is clean and easy—no drilling or cutting required. For model 2500 and 3500 Cummins Diesels with Mega Cabs, and 6 ½ foot beds. For model years 2013-2017.TITAN Underbody replacement tank for RAM Mega Cab Pickups with 6 ½ foot beds. Models 2500 and 3500 with Cummins Diesel Engines 2013-2017.***With .250" Thick molded, HMWPE shield.
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Bed Length Block Engine CID CC
2018 - Ram 2500 Extended Crew Cab Pickup 76.3 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Titan Fuel Tanks
2013 Ram 3500 Fuel Tank 6 Cyl 6.7L Titan Fuel Tanks - Extra Large Midship Tank

P311-4675349    7030213  New

Qty:
$1,513.14
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • XXL Replacement Mid-Ship Fuel Tank 50 Gallon
  • ; 51 Gallon
  • Extra Large Midship Tank
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • Using your RAM for hauling, towing or long-distance driving? Now you can replace that smallish original equipment (31 gallon) tank with a super-large, super-strong, TITAN and give yourself hundreds of additional miles of range with every fill-up. This big TITAN product allows you a lot more flexibility to choose the price, the time, and the place to interrupt your trip and fuel-up. (51 Gallon* TITAN Tank)Stop nearly half as much when you're on the road—cover more ground and don't clutter up your truck bed with extra fuel containers.Our new Mega Cab tank is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer (XLHDPE). It's at least ¼" thick and built to outlast all competitors. It's tougher than steel and more durable than aluminum. We routinely test our products using state-of-the-art computer simulation as well as actual, physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate---never losing a drop of liquid. Our legendary products are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty*!This product comes with stainless steel interior flanges, galvanized steel mounting straps, plated high-strength steel front support, mounting bushings (7030213 only), rollover safety vent valves and all the needed accessories. Tank features exclusive low fuel trap design and only hangs 2.875" lower than bottom of stock (OEM) tank. The 7030213S product includes a custom molded shield which is recommended if truck is to be subjected to rigorous off-highway use. Installation is clean and easy—no drilling or cutting required. For model 2500 and 3500 Cummins Diesels with Mega Cabs, and 6 ½ foot beds. For model years 2013-2017.TITAN Underbody replacement tank for RAM Mega Cab Pickups with 6 ½ foot beds. Models 2500 and 3500 with Cummins Diesel Engines 2013-2017.
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Ram 3500 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -

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gas in oil

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Question From ramhead on gas in oil

99 ram 2500 5.9 L gas 240,000 120,000 miles on this engine . -35 F did not start . put in heated shop for a week ,still dumping fuel in cylinders ,like full stream . Changed oil because of gas in it ,new plugs,checked voltage to injectors and sensors also ohms for injectors in range . any ideas ? This is a MPI system.Thanks for any help.

Response From cewjoe71

Check engine Compression, maybe a bad rings? hope that helped I know its probly an expensive on. If you dont have a compression tester most auto parts stores will lend or rent one.

Response From re-tired

Are you getting a lot of fuel in all the cylinders or just one ? Compression will be low if a large amount of gas is washing the oil off the rings and going in the crankcase. Get a noid light from auto parts house and check all injector plugs while cranking eng. It shold blink . You could have a shorted driver in ecm. Another possiblity is a stuck open injector. Also , if your year has a pressure regulator (a snmall round can with a vac hose) on the fuel rail., take vac hose off and cycle key. if fuel comes out replace it..Whatever you find be sure to change oil/filter before driving .

Response From ramhead

I think it was all injectors ,after we had all cylinders dried out ,we cranked it over and just fuel vapor came out . we had all plugs out when doing this . We thought it was just too cold and fixed its self (wishful thinking) or ice in fuel. We changed oil ,filter and pumped oil into cylinders ,cranked over with fuel pump relay out and plugs out to help with compression . We put plugs back in and everything else cranked over . WE got it to fire on each cylinder that was all pulled plug was wet with gas.I think I should try the noid light check. thanks for now

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

ramhead; Couple of things come to mind...Check coolant temp sensor reading on scan tool. Check MAP/BARO reading, also. Report back with readings... Are you certain that you are getting spark to the plugs during crank? You can try 'clear flooding' by holding the throttle to the floor. By doing this, you are shutting off the fuel and giving full air. (don't pump the pedal...just hold it to the floor,,,if it starts running, back off so as not to over rev the engine)

Response From ramhead Top Rated Answer

I tried the noid light it blinked normal. I cleaned battery post ,charged up battery and held gas pedal down. Wow it started up .Tried starting up several times ,started every time ran like a charm. It did not have a pressure regulator on the fuel rail I think its on top of fuel tank. Thanks for all the help I still don't know what was the problem,only thing maybe disconnecting battery reset something?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

ramhead; Thanks for the update. Glad it worked. Still, may want to 'look' at the CTS so it doesn't happen again.

evap help/explanation wanted

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Question From 46hemi on evap help/explanation wanted

First thanks to anyone who can lend a hand. This problem is driving me crazy and I just hate when I can't figure something out.

I have an 06 Dodge Ram srt-10. It has less than 10k miles. It is a regular cab with a 6speed manual trans.

Here it goes: After letting the truck sit for a few weeks it throws a check engine light. I read the code and its a 0455. I first replace the cap with a new Mopar one. I reset and it comes back. I did a visual inspection and found the hose which comes off the evap canister has been chewed by a mouse. I cut out the bad section and replace - reset the code and think I am good to go....wrong! During the drive cycle period it shows a 0442 and a 0455, once past the cycle only the 455 remains. I have visually inspected all of the lines I can get to (have not dropped the tank) but all looks OK. I have tried to read all I can about how the system operates but I guess I am still a bit lost on a few aspects. What I have noticed is that if I clear the codes I can drive all day, multiple start ups and conditions and I will not see any pendings. When I let the truck sit overnight, start it and let it idle I will smell a faint gas odor after idling for a minute or so and after that I see pending 0452/0455. I know the system performs different tests under different conditions so I am wondering if this cold start idle condition would provide a clue where the problem may lie.

Response From Hammer Time

Do you have a smoke tester and a professional scan tool? Because if you don't, you are just wasting your time.

Response From 46hemi

Thanks for the reply. I do not have a smoke tester, nor do I have a professional scan tool. I guess I was looking for a bit of an education on how the different diagnostic evap tests occur in the truck as well as if any of these symptoms align with any particular component.

I have been testing with a Mighty-Vac to this point (I figured if I was looking for a large Evap leak, then by isolating portions of the system and looking for pressure drops I would know if it were a bad hose etc which seem to be the most common causes of this code). I thought perhaps given the symptoms someone may be able to shed light on what test occurs during the cold start idle. If its just a wild goose chase then I am happy to raise the white flag and bring it to a repair facility.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

For what it's worth - this is rodent damage, sets a code, you smell fuel so there's more to it. Who the heck knows what a mouse/rodent finds interesting to chew on?

T

Response From dobbsgretta

I have a 300 and check engine light came on and the error code was p0456. EVAP purge system small leak I am hoping when I start my car in the morning the light will not still be on. I had to spend almost 1,000.00 to fix the fly wheel and they told me I had to replace the starter. I am sick of putting money in this car.

Response From Hammer Time

Again, please start your own question

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You can be spinning your wheels for a long time that way. You need the scan tool to energize the solenoids to seal off the system for the testing and you need the smoke machine to find the problem. It could be a solenoid not sealing all the way, a problem with the fuel tank itself or even a gas cap seal on top of any of the rubber hoses that could have damage.

Response From 46hemi

Sounds like its best to bring it in. Thanks to all who replied.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I think that's best. At same time check for other assorted possible damage. Where ever this is parked if with fuel odor I'd put this outdoors if indoors now.

Had a whole thread on how to stop this problem with a wild assortment of ideas now a long time ago but here somewhere. Moth balls, rat poison bags when practical, sonic devices, not parking it in same position seems to help. Good luck with fix and preventing it from happening again,

T

Response From 46hemi

Just thought I would update this thread in case anyone stumbled upon it in the future trying to fix a similar issue. It seems I have the problem fixed now. Considering the fact that I was getting a p0455 large leak, I was still thinking that the damage should be able to be spotted by a visual inspection. Using my Mighty Vac I was able to determine that the leak pointed from the canister rearward, towards the gas cap. I had already replaced the gas cap so I knew that was good. The only part of the system which I was not able to visually inspect was above the tank. I ran the tank low (a very easy task with this motor) then dropped it. sure enough thats where the leak was. It was easy to spot once the tank was down. Replaced with new hose and good to go. Thanks to all for the help.