Installation Videos, Tips, and Tricks


Can I Install the Tank Myself?

TITAN Fuel Tanks utilize common sense design features, which simplify installation. They reuse most of the stock components, including the existing sending unit. The tank itself is nearly indestructible, but light enough to be hefted by one or two people. While a vehicle hoist and transmission jack are ideal, hand tools will get the job done.

  • 25% of our customers do!
  • Installation normally takes 2-4 hours depending on your expertise.
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Installation Videos

TITAN Fuel Tank Installation clip from Extreme 4x4

This video shows the tank and a quick overview of how it mounts. (Dur: 55 seconds)

GM Tanks 2001-2010

For new & improved versions of models: 7010101, 7010201 & 7010301

RAM Tanks

Includes models: 7030210 & 7030303

Spare Tire Auxiliary Fuel System (STAFS)

2011 & Newer FORD Crew Cab tanks

Front Support on FORD tanks

7020211 & 7020311

Model #5410060 In-Bed Fuel Tank


Detailed Instructions and Required tools

General Instructions

Dodge RAM

Ratcheting socket driver Needle nose pliers
Medium Phillips head screwdriver Torque wrench handle to fit 13 mm socket
15 mm deep socket 13 mm socket
12 inch long-socket driver extension Mallet or small hammer
15 mm end wrench Ruler or tape measure
13 mm end wrench Sharp knife or box cutter
Medium flat blade screwdriver

FORD

Ratcheting socket driver Needle nose pliers
13 mm socket Torque wrench handle to fit 13 mm socket
12 inch long-socket driver extension Mallet or small hammer
13 mm end wrench Sharp knife or box cutter
Medium flat blade screwdriver

GENERAL MOTORS

Ratcheting socket driver 11 mm end wrench
½-inch socket Large flat blade screwdriver
8 mm socket Medium flat blade screwdriver
13 mm socket diesel fuel-line release tool
Torque wrench handle for ½" socket Mallet or small hammer
½-inch end wrench Sharp knife or box cutter
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