Re: Domestic Long Range Fuel Tank
I also thought the unused area where the spare tire goes on the Durango would be a great place for an extra fuel tank! Of course you need to somehow hook it up to the primary tank. And figure out how to switch to the extra tank and a monitor the level with a gauge.
If going off-road it should be protected with a skid plate. And the tow hitch so we don't have the hazard situation from the previous generations.
Now it sounds like a big and time-consuming project.
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