No front gas tank in Ford F-250

Asked by Mar 10, 2018 at 06:33 PM about the Ford F-250

Question type: General

I was wondering why my 96 f250 only has
a rear gas tank? There’s no door, no tunnel
in the bed for the neck, nothing. There’s an
open space under the truck like one would
fit but there’s no sign of there ever being
one. I was just wondering if someone else
has another f250 like this. I’ve never seen
one like this. There’s not even a switch in
the cab to switch it back and forth.
Nothing.

1 Answer

120,415

Why? Because Ford built it that way. If dual tanks were available in 96 they were an option. Saddle tanks are dangerous and car builders stopped installing them in the 80's. Look online for aftermarket tanks.

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