Pros and Cons of Replacing Your Fuel Tank

We have a love-hate relationship with fuel stops. These necessary pit stops are great for stretching your legs or using the restroom. On the other hand, they can be huge time wasters and put you behind schedule.

After several exceptionally frustrating stops, we began searching for a replacement for our fuel tank. If you’re on the fence about whether or not you should do the same, keep reading.

It’s a container that replaces the original. These come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. As a result, you need to confirm compatibility before purchasing.

What Is a Replacement Fuel Tank?

Compact SUVs and smaller trucks tend to have 12 to 18 gallons, and mid-size SUVs are 18 to 25. However, full-size SUVs and trucks can store 25 to 40 gallons.

What Are Standard Fuel Tank Sizes?

Drive Longer Between Fill-Ups The more you can store, the further you can drive without stopping. This is helpful when going through remote areas where gas stations may not be readily available.

Pros of A Replacement Fuel Tank

Replacing your tank can give you peace of mind in these situations. With so much to worry about, having one less thing occupying your mental space is great.

Peace of Mind

Expensive The parts alone for a replacement fuel tank can cost more than $1,000. Again, this is why you want to ensure the purchase is compatible with your vehicle.

Cons of a Replacement Fuel Tank

We’ve heard of vehicle manufacturers denying warranty claims for some silly reasons. Unfortunately, adding a replacement fuel tank could void your warranty, especially if you do it yourself.

Warranty Considerations

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