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Auxiliary Combo Fuel & Tool Boxes, 60 gallon


Catalog Item # 56504
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Description


Diamond plated aluminum combination auxiliary fuel tank with built-in crossover toolbox.
Toolboxes include stainless steel locks to prevent tampering, and two cylinders to hold open crowned lid. Each tank comes with a rollover vent, manual sight gauge, baffles, secured fuel fill area, and drain fittings.

All tanks Meet DOT standards. It is the user's responsibility to comply with local, state and federal requirements pertaining to safe transportation, loading and discharging of tank contents. Not intended to be used for gasoline.

We suggest using optional Diesel Install Kit (CW# 56511 or 56512) for connecting your auxiliary tank to your truck fuel fill line.




Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 124 lbs.

Dimensions:

  • Size: 55" x 20" x 12.75"
  • Tool box: 48" x 20" x 6.25"

    Manufacturer: Rds Manufacturing

    Mfg Part #: 72743



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    Auxiliary Combo Fuel & Tool Boxes, 60 gallon: Customer Reviews

    Camper's Choice Rating

    (2 Based on 1 Review)

    Cons
    Capacity (1)
    Leaks (1)

    Reviewed by 1 customers

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    Auxiliary Combo


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 19, 2015
    First of all, the advertised 60 gallon capacity is totally wrong. It is impossible to get more than 45 gallons in the tank, even when the tank was first delivered. Running it clear empty, still only holds 45 gallons. Second, fuel leaks out of a fitting at the top of the tank, I believe it is called a "roll-over fitting" whatever that means. Naturally, going down the road there is some splashing inside the tank and when the tank is 2/3 or more full, the splashing leaks out of that fitting and into the pickup bed. I assume the fitting is to allow air into the tank as fuel is used. However, it is poorly designed to allow fuel to spill out. If the tank held a full 60 gallons and did not leak as stated above, I would have given it a 5 star rating.
    Cons: Capacity , Leaks
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