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Thread: Outback Proven: long range fuel tank for tacoma

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    Default Outback Proven: long range fuel tank for tacoma

    Outback proven had a tacoma at sema with a long range fuel tank, but I see nothing on their web site about it. For those that are interested you may want to inquire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cam-shaft View Post
    Outback proven had a tacoma at sema with a long range fuel tank, but I see nothing on their web site about it. For those that are interested you may want to inquire.

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    I heard from Ben that they would have one for the second gen Tacoma but haven't seen any more details.
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    we shall see

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    The tanks they list in there website are LRA long range automotive made in Australia ww.longrangeautomotive.com.au

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    According to Ben at Outback Proven, the tanks are on their way from Australia. I've asked for additional details and will post when I hear back.
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    Is it an aux tank? Where does it install to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by montypower View Post
    Is it an aux tank? Where does it install to?
    At least the one for a hilux is a replacement, and extends over the drive shaft and further back.

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    Looks like they make a 31 gallon unit for the FJC. Something to consider in the future.

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    It is a main tank replacement. Still waiting on more details.
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