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Old 05-24-2011, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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dual fuel tank capacity

what is the capacity of each of the tanks in a 88 f350 crewcab dually? does the capacity vary through the years or are all dual tanks same capacity? also does anyone have a link on a guide to dropping the tanks? dont need it but would like a reference.
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Old 05-24-2011, 04:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They should be 19 gallons apiece.
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thanks NH2112, just got it running again, looks like im going to do the hutch conversion because it wont run on 1/4 tank :/ but fresh filters all around and it runs smooth.
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NH2112 do you know where the water seperator is on this thing?
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The Factory water seperator on the 6.9's should be on the firewall. D/S IIRC.
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NH2112 do you know where the water seperator is on this thing?
7.3ls have a single filter that functioned as a filter and water separator, so the PO might have just bolted all the 7.3l accessories onto the 6.9l and not installed the separator.
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ok thanks, i didnt find it anywhere so i think that is exactly that was done. thanks again.
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