Replacement Fuel Tank Nearly Doubles Stock Fuel Capacity
📅 Wed January 04, 2017 - Southeast Edition #1
The Transfer Flow 50-gal. midship replacement tank will provide Nissan Titan XD owners with nearly double the fuel capacity and driving range over its stock 26-gal. tank.
Transfer Flow, a leader in aftermarket fuel tank systems, has introduced a 50-gal. high-capacity replacement fuel tank for the 2016 Nissan Titan XD diesel truck. The Transfer Flow 50-gal. midship replacement tank will provide Nissan Titan XD owners with nearly double the fuel capacity and driving range over its stock 26-gal. tank.
Transfer Flow's Nissan Titan XD high-capacity replacement tank is available from the company through its web site at www.transferflow.com or by calling 800/826-5776. It also can be purchased through one of the company's hundreds of dealers in the United States, Canada and Australia.
The fuel tank comes complete with everything needed for installation and use, including straps, mounting hardware and easy-to-follow illustrated instructions for installing the tank. Installation can be done in a couple of hours by the customer, a qualified mechanic or one of Transfer Flow's 320+ authorized installers listed at www.transferflow.com/installation.
The tank is constructed from high-yield domestic 12-gauge aluminized steel and powder-coated for a durable satin black finish, ensuring strength, durability and superior corrosion resistance. Like all its aftermarket fuel systems, this new offering for the Nissan Titan XD comes with Transfer Flow's 6-year unlimited mileage warranty.
Nissan's Titan XD made news in 2016 with the launch of its 5.0-L Cummins turbodiesel-powered trucks that aimed to redefine what qualifies as a heavy duty truck. But as owners put the Titan XD's 310 hp and 555 lb.-ft. of toque to the test, hauling or pulling heavy loads, mileage and driving range will suffer. Enter Transfer Flow, which improves the truck's driving range and allows drivers to stop to refuel less often and be more selective about where they purchase fuel and at what prices they do so.
For more information, visit www.transferflow.com.
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