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Transfer Flow Offers Larger Replacement Fuel Tanks for 2007 GM 2500 & 3500 Series Diesel Pickups

November 28, 2006 - Press Release

Owners of 2007 GM 2500 and 3500 series diesel pickups can go that extra mile by installing a larger replacement fuel tank system. Transfer Flow, Inc., a leading manufacturer of aftermarket fuel tank systems, has introduced a 45-gallon replacement fuel tank system for crew cab and extended cab pickups with a 6-foot bed, and a 56-gallon replacement fuel tank for crew cab and extended cab pickups with 8-foot beds.Transfer Flow’s replacement fuel tanks are made from 12 and 14-gauge aluminized steel for superior rust resistance and strength, and are baffled for extra support. They come with all components needed for installation, including straps and mounting hardware, and are powder coated black for a durable finish.For more information on Transfer Flow’s larger replacement fuel tank systems for GM heavy-duty pickups, or for a copy of their Aftermarket Fuel Tank Systems catalog, call 1-800-442-0056, or visit their website at www.transferflow.com.
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