There is a lot of information on Dodge truck fuel tanks, such as the fact that they are available in several forms, including a 70-gallon diesel in-bed fuel tank. Other tanks for Dodge trucks include replacement tanks, cross-the-bed fuel systems and refueling tanks.
A Dodge fuel tank is rust resistant and strong thanks to its 21 and 14-gauge steel construction. Most of the tanks sold, as of 2015, include lock ring sets and fuel injection, and some have pans in the tanks. The number of gauge holes in these tanks vary in design but are available for certain Dodge models such as the 1987 Dodge Caravan. In addition to using these tanks for Dodge vehicles, some of them, such as the Dodge 70 gallon take, is also ideal for GM and Ford diesel trucks.
Some of the Dodge fuel tanks may only work in a specific trim or model, such as the midship replacement tank. In this case, it is only meant for the 1994 to 2005 Dodge Ram quad cab or extended cab. Other options, such as the 54 gallon Dodge replacement tank, is appropriate for any long bed pickup from 1998 to 2002. This particular fuel tank has features that increase fuel capacity and improve the flow of fuel. There are also tanks that have computers to control the fuel flow.