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Thread: 1987+ Fuel Tank- Capacity ?

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    1987+ Fuel Tank- Capacity ?

    http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sh.../mini_ram.html

    I dont think I have a 20 gallon tank.... is this right?

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    20 sounds right. I remember when fuel was $1.00 per gal. It would take 18 to fill it. Does it look like your tank?

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    well, according to my 1992 Owners Manual, whether or not it applies, the standard body fuel tank is 13.7 gallons, and the long body/extended cab model is 18.2 gallons.

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    Yea most have 14 gal and ext cab/long beds have an 18
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    Thanks for all the info guys, my truck is a standard short so not 20. Anyone have info on an OE replacement?

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