Even the largest pickup will face the problem of running out of fuel in the middle of nowhere and providing a tank for spare fuel in such a situation would be very important. Using a fuel pump, a fuel transfer tank cab is used to transfer fuel from it to the stock fuel tank, making it more comfortable to travel forward without unnecessary fuel stops along the way and also having the opportunity to go off-road without being cautious of running out of fuel far from the nearest fuel station. You come in a variety of capacities and shapes that suit your needs and still have enough room in the bed to hold freight.
What is the purpose?
A Fuel Transfer tank is used to carry extra fuel in the back of the truck bed which could be useful to power the truck or its equipment in case of emergencies or during a rendezvous drive. These come in a variety of shapes that can also require the carriage of goods. They come in rectangle, rectangular, triangular, triangle, T-top, and L-shaped configurations, in capacities from 36 to 200 gallons. For particular, the L-shaped auxiliary fuel tank is the most favoured since it allows installation of a toolbox.
Where does it fit?
These are situated along the cab wall at the truck bed and can extend up to the rear window and are wide or square depending on the type of fuel tank being mounted. They come with hoses, but you may also need to buy a fuel pump to connect the reserve tank directly to the fuel tank of the stock.