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Arrow Long Range Auxiliary Fuel Tank ARB

This is the New Long Range Auxiliary Fuel Tank for JK from ARB.


Special Order Only.

Wait time: From 6 to 8 Weeks.

FREE SHIPPING IN USA ONLY

Now u can get your Axuliar Tank.




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Whats the capacity of it?

How much lower does it sit than stock?

How thick is the steel? does it need a skid plate?

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Whats the capacity of it?

How much lower does it sit than stock?

How thick is the steel? does it need a skid plate?

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And, is it street legal and will it work for 2 doors?

Probly not. :-(

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From the picture, it looks like it hangs way below the frame????

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Capacity: 68 Litres
Fitting Location: Between Prop Shaft & Left Hand Side Chassis Rail
Filler Location: Original, Bypass Filler Installed
Fuel Transfer: Transfer Pump (Supplied In Kit With Gauge & Sender Unit)
Exhaust Mods: None
Fitting Time: 5 Hours (Approx) [?]
Shipping Weight: 35 KG (Approx)
Shipping Dimensions: 1250 mm x 520 mm x 900 mm (Approx)

You dont need a skid plate to protect the tank. 2mm 14 gauge - Aluminium coated cold rolled steel.

They are designed to give maximum fuel capacity without affecting ground clearance and ramp over/departure angle, whilst being exceptionally strong against the most rigorous of conditions.
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Does it fill from the same neck? If so, how? Gotta quick conversion from metric into standard? Feeling lazy tonight.

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Does it fill from the same neck? If so, how? Gotta quick conversion from metric into standard? Feeling lazy tonight.

LED switch/gauge provides the user with the option to transfer fuel at the push of a button when required, while displaying available fuel in the Auxiliary tank.
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Just shy of 18 gallons.

As with most things ARB, I'm betting expensive...

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Just shy of 18 gallons.

As with most things ARB, I'm betting expensive...
18 gallon might be enough considering that In 1999 the fuel tank became standard at 19 U.S. gallons (72 L, 16 imp gal) capacity.

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umm anyone notice that is for a DIESEL vehicle? that arb website on bottom of that page is also from Australia. Kinda explains the OUTBACK references also.


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"The tkob is coming!! The tkob is coming!!"
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Hmmm, six-seven hundred miles.... Would it cost more to buy or fill? What're asking for that baby. And are you saying the transfer pump goes both ways?

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Hmmm, six-seven hundred miles.... Would it cost more to buy or fill? What're asking for that baby. And are you saying the transfer pump goes both ways?
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umm anyone notice that is for a DIESEL vehicle? that arb website on bottom of that page is also from Australia. Kinda explains the OUTBACK references also.
WORKS on a Diesel and Petrol. And the page on bottom is the brand who made them. Is a public web site where you guys can go on and see the different tanks and specifications. IS NOT JUST FOR DIESEL. They are only made in AUSTRALIA, thats why the web page is from AUSTRALIA.

ARB VEHICLE APPLICATION GUIDE says:

(TA64P) 4 Door Wagon 68Ltr Auxiliary Tank - Petrol Models (Includes Transfer Pump)

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From the picture, it looks like it hangs way below the frame????
from ARB's website
: TA64D - Ground Clearance
Is ground clearance affected with the addition of another fuel tank?

A: No, The LongRanger is designed to complement the original jeep design and offers the same ground clearance as the factory tank.


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: TA64D - Ground Clearance
Is ground clearance affected with the addition of another fuel tank?

A: No, The LongRanger is designed to complement the original jeep design and offers the same ground clearance as the factory tank.
Yeah, I see that now. Just the first picture is decieving.

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THANKS GUYS. ! ! !

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So Manny, any idea on price with these things? Just curious really as I have a 2 dr. I remember seeing another companies larger tank (replacement tank) that was in the 800 range if I remember correctly so just wondering where this stacks up. Would really be usefull on an expo rig.

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So Manny, any idea on price with these things? Just curious really as I have a 2 dr. I remember seeing another companies larger tank (replacement tank) that was in the 800 range if I remember correctly so just wondering where this stacks up. Would really be usefull on an expo rig.
Yes the cost is 1690$

We know it is an expensive product, perhaps many will say that would be cheaper a gas pot on the roof lol. But comparing the benefits that this product offers, we can say that is unmatched by any other thing which.

Lets say you are on an adventure in the grand canyon of 4 days, and halfway through the group decide to change the course (unknown but further away) which was not provided in your travel supplies. As at the time when you understand the meaning of the word "prevention".

This is what makes this product a great benefit to its users.

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ha thats kinda funny, after you posted the price people stopped replying lol

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ha thats kinda funny, after you posted the price people stopped replying lol
Maybe. . .

Well now you guys knows the price

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The other problem, at least for us in CA, it's not CARB approved.

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Nice to see it is now offered for gas (not just diesel). This is a product to keep in mind for a future mod. Will bookmark this thread. Thanks.

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You right ! ! !

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The other problem, at least for us in CA, it's not CARB approved.
what is CARB approved
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what is CARB approved

The California Air Resources Board, also known as (CARB) is the "clean air agency" in the government of California.



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