S&B 10-1002 40 Gallon, After Axle, Replacement Fuel Tank.
For 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Ford Powerstroke 7.3L, 6.0L, 6.4L Cab Chassis.
Capacity Approximate 40 gallons.
The 2000-2010 Ford F350, F450 & F550 Cab and Chassis trucks are equipped with an after-axle 40 gallon fuel tank. These OEM tanks have a failure prone coating inside the tank. Once the coating becomes unstable inside the tank, the laminate peels off and gets picked up into the fuel system. If not addressed, the containments can ruin the entire fuel system on the truck.
S&B Tanks are made out of Crosslink Polyethylene. This material will not delaminate and is the SOLUTION to fixing issues with tank delamination. If you truck is not showings signs of delamination, this tank is a great way to protect fuel system.
Tank Type AFT
S&B Capacity (Approximate) 40 gallons
Weight (Dry) 28lbs
Ground Clearance Compare to OE Tank Same
Sending Unit OE
Straps Included No
Compatible with OE Skid Plate Yes
Compatible with Gooseneck and 5th Wheel Yes
Transfer Pump Ready No
Embedded Fitting Thread Size 1/2" NPT
Dimensions 31.84" X 31.77" X 14.94"
Do you have an Auxiliary Fuel Tank?
WARNING For Those Using Auxiliary Fuel Tanks
On S&B and OEM diesel fuel tanks, there are one or more rollover valves. The rollover valve uses a float/weight to close the valve when the float is immersed in fuel. This prevents fuel leakage in the event of a rollover. Gravity feed tanks or electronically controlled feed tanks can overfill the S&B or OEM tank. If/when the tank is overfilled, the rollover valves will prematurely close. Without the required vapor space in the tank, this violates the “overfill restriction” requirement of 49 CFR 393.76(12)(i). An overfilled tank can lead to a pressurized fuel tank, leaking, and tank failure.
Therefore, the use of a gravity feed tank or electronically controlled transfer tanks (that allow the S&B tank to overfill) in conjunction with a S&B Tank is dangerous and will void the S&B Tank warranty.