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Old 10-19-2010, 06:38 AM   #1
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Adding auxiliary fuel tank to TV

We recently had a 35 gallon auxiliary fuel tank installed in the bed of our 2011 Chevy diesel TV. Previously had an auxiliary fuel tank in our 2004 Chevy and love the freedom of being able to be more selective about where to purchase diesel. The installation company (near Dallas, TX) is very professional and can install in about half a day. We stayed there overnight in our trailer. If you are would like name, etc. of company that installed our tank, please PM me.
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