The new in-bed auxiliary fuel tanks are computer-controlled by Transfer Flow’s TRAX 3 operating system with exclusive AutoTrans technology. All TRAX 3 systems include an in-cab LCD that displays fuel levels in both the main and auxiliary tanks.
 - Photo courtesy of Transfer Flow

The new in-bed auxiliary fuel tanks are computer-controlled by Transfer Flow’s TRAX 3 operating system with exclusive AutoTrans technology. All TRAX 3 systems include an in-cab LCD that displays fuel levels in both the main and auxiliary tanks.

Photo courtesy of Transfer Flow

Transfer Flow released a new trio of  compact in-bed auxiliary tanks with patented recessed cover boxes for 1999-2018 Ford and Ram and 2001-18 GM short- and long-bed diesel trucks that are available in 50-, 75-, and 100-gallon capacities.

The new in-bed auxiliary fuel tanks are computer-controlled by Transfer Flow’s TRAX 3 operating system with exclusive AutoTrans technology. All TRAX 3 systems include an in-cab LCD that displays fuel levels in both the main and auxiliary tanks, now with the added flexibility to show remaining fuel in gallons or percentages, as suggested by customers.

Computer-controlled automatic fuel transfers mean worry-free operation, and much safer and more reliable operations than gravity-fed systems. The TRAX 3 system will transfer fuel at predetermined fuel levels while the vehicle is in operation for no-hassle travel.

In addition, the  recessed cover box protects the preassembled sending unit, rollover valve, and fuel filter as a more efficient and elegant solution for shielding these critical components from potential damage or weather conditions.

The three fuel tank systems are manufactured from ReliaSteel, high-yield U.S. aluminized steel; and powdercoated black, for superior corrosion resistance and strength. The tank includes internal baffles for reduced fuel slosh and comes complete with all components needed for installation.

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Originally posted on Work Truck Online